On March 10 and 11, the It Matters to Us conference took...
When darkness falls, the Museum of Anthropology, a...
The Red Rock First Nation is mourning two of its very...
A Winnipeg branch of the Canadian bookstore chain Chapters...
University of Alberta Teepee
Over the weekend of March 7 to 8, teepee poles erected by...
Two of Canada’s First Nations are breaking the glass...
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Canada

ICTMN Staff
9/10/14
The discovery of a ship that had been missing since 1846 has at least partially solved one of Canada's favorite mysteries; what's more, its location confirms the veracity of Inuit ...
ICTMN Staff
9/9/14
With a legacy that stretches back to the early 1970s and consists of over 20 documentary films, Alanis Obomsawin is undoubtedly the most accomplished Aboriginal filmmaker in Canada...
ICTMN Staff
9/9/14
It’s the heartbreaking question of our time, at least in Canada, where indigenous women have begun a social media campaign to draw attention to the prevalence of violence against t...
ICTMN Staff
9/7/14
They jingle dance, gaze innocently into the camera and then … the hushed whispering starts. “Whatever happened to Margaret?...
Richard Walker
9/2/14
LUMMI NATION, Washington—At each stop on the totem pole’s journey, people have gathered to pray, sing and take a stand...
ICTMN Staff
8/31/14
Scientists looking into the genetics of ancient Arctic peoples have verified what Inuit history has long held: That earlier peoples from Siberia were the first to populate the most...
The Tyee
8/29/14
By Judith Sayers, Maureen Grant, Dave Schaepe, Robert Phillips and Murray Brown, TheTyee.ca ; originally ran on 18 August 2014; reprinted with permission...
ICTMN Staff
8/29/14
The British Columbia government has granted permits for a mansion to be built on the tiny burial-ground island of Grace Islet...
ICTMN Staff
8/28/14
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is known as one of the poorest areas of one of British Columbia’s best-known cities, its reputation one of forgotten souls...
ICTMN Staff
8/27/14
The sacred rock, Mistaseni or “Big Rock” to the Cree, was blown to pieces with dynamite in 1966 to make way for the South Saskatchewan River Dam Project...

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