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In Honor of Loretta Saunders
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Inuit Student's Murder Sparks Renewed Calls for National Violence Inquiry
As two were charged in the murder of Loretta Saunders, the...
First Nations Exult as Canadian Government Rejects Taseko's New Prosperity Mine
First Nations across Canada on February 27 were lauding the...
Hear Angel Haze Spit Rhymes Over A Tribe Called Red's Pow Wow Beats
Fans of the Electric Pow Wow or Pow Wow Step style of dance...
Body of Inuit Student Researching Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Found
The body of a missing Inuit woman who was herself...
Large Dams of Mining Waste Leaking Into Athabasca River: Study
Polluted water from large man-made lakes of oilsands mining...
Juno-Nominated A Tribe Called Red on Redskins, the Road and Angel Haze
On February 4, A Tribe Called Red, a Canadian DJ trio who...
Canada Marks Third Anniversary of Residential Schools Apology
First Nations, Métis and Inuit today are marking the third anniversary of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's June 11, 2008, formal apology to their peoples for Canada's 150-year-long ...
Children Take Their Education Concerns to the U.N.
Having waited their entire lives for improved schools on their reserves, children are taking matters into their own hands, and to the United Nations...
Hip Hop Collective Beat Nation Live to Take Vancouver, then Paris
The Vancouver Courier reports that the Native hip-hop supergroup Beat Nation Live will be performing in Vancouver on June 15 and 16, then taking its eclectic act to the Futur en Se...
Sweeping Plan Announced to Improve Reserve Conditions
The Assembly of First Nations and the Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) have announced a sweeping joint plan to tackle problems on reserves ranging from poverty...
Departing Auditor General Fraser Denounces Lack of Progress on Aboriginal Issues
The Conservative government got something of a tongue-lashing as the country’s auditor-general of 10 years, Sheila Fraser, delivered a no-nonsense series of interviews on her way o...
Documents Show Government Monitoring of Aboriginal Groups
Just after coming to power as prime minister in 2006, Stephen Harper set up a federal effort to monitor what he considered potential areas of First Nation unrest by enlisting the M...
Enbridge Mops Up Northwest Territories Oil Spill
Calgary-based Enbridge, still mopping up oil from two pipeline spills over the past year in the U.S., has admitted that a May spill on the Norman Wells line near Wrigley, Northwest...
Saskatchewan Fires Cause Hatchet Lake First Nation Evacuation
About 1,100 residents, including those of Hatchet Lake First Nation, have been airlifted from northern Saskatchewan to get out of the potential path of a massive wildfire, CBC News...
Canada’s ‘New’ Budget Almost Identical to Pre-election Version
Canada’s government released a 2011–12 budget on June 6 that, aside from an allocation for completing a long-promised northern highway, did little to invest in the promises made in...
Aboriginals React to Throne Speech
The Conservative Party, whose candidates mostly ignored aboriginal groups’ pre-election interview requests and declined to answer questionnaires on their stance to the nation’s ind...
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