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The Constitution: Dead or Alive?
The Week That Was: February 14, 2016
Food Fight! GOP Debate
Lloyd Kiva New’s 100th Birthday & Legacy
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
USDA Allocates Nearly $6 Million
Don't Fall For 'Wound-A-Kneeism'
Red Lake High: 'Dream Team of the Week'
10 Funny Native-Style Valentine’s Gifts
Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
Saved DiCaprio in The Revenant: RedCloud
February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
Video: What Is the Heirloom Seed Program
To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
Koshare Dancers Guilty of Appropriation
Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
Holy Shih Tzu! Bernie Flies Coach
Thing About Skins
A Comprehensive Report on MMIW: The Curiously Different Tales of Violence against Indigenous Women On Both Sides of Turtle Island
Editor’s Note: Though the figures are not definite,...
Wab Kinew Runs for Office
TRAHANT REPORTS – One of Canada’s most inspirational voices...
Indigenous Advocates Press for Change After Canada Human Rights Ruling
In the wake of a landmark ruling on human rights and...
Nine First Nations Unite With Declaration Against LNG Tankers in B.C. Salmon Waters
To the deep beat of drums, hereditary chiefs and elders...
Scared and Spied On Under Harper, Why Child Advocate Didn't Give Up
Reprinted with permission from The Tyee. Fresh from victory...
Validated: Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules in Favor of First Nations Children
After nine years of fighting Canada, social worker Cindy...
Nunatsiavut Shores Up Transport Chain With Labrador Air Deal
With an eye toward strengthening the supply and transport chain throughout the north, the Nunatsiavut government’s economic corporation in Newfoundland and Labrador has bought a co...
Whitecap Dakota on the Road to Autonomy
As debate swirls in political circles over whether or not to repeal the Indian Act, a Saskatchewan First Nation has essentially shucked it with the recent signing of an agreement t...
Plan Nord to Include Protection for 50 Percent of Northern Quebec
Quebec Premier Jean Charest has announced a plan to protect 50 percent of the province’s northern wilderness from industrial development with a strategy that leans heavily upon con...
Cosmic-Minded Inuit Chat with NASA Astronaut in Space
Inuksuk High School went cosmic on February 8 when nearly 700 students, elders and community leaders packed the auditorium to snych with astronauts on the International Space Stati...
Osoyoos Indian Band Land to Host New Prison
The Osoyoos Indian Band is about to be home to British Columbia’s newest provincial prison...
The Dawes Act Started the U.S. Land-Grab of Native Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
Today, February 8, marks the 125th anniversary of the notorious Dawes Act . This is part one of a three-part series on this devastating bit of legislation...
Get Out Your Shades for the Brilliant Algonquin Snow Moon
There’s no need to keep one’s eyes peeled for tonight’s lunar phenomenon—it will be in your face with the luminescent Snow Moon, which is attracting a lot of online chatter both fo...
Métis Leader Clement Chartier Wins Diamond Jubilee Medal
Métis National Council (MNC) President Clement Chartier is among 60 winners of the inaugural Diamond Jubilee Awards, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's access...
Aboriginals Receive Diamond Jubilee Awards
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of her reign, the Governor General of Canada awarded 60 inaugural medals, several of them to aboriginal...
Caribou Crisis Sparks Familiar Economy-vs.-Environment Debate
There are fewer than 50 woodland caribou left in the lower 48, and the U.S. government is considering drastic measures to save them...
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