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Akwesasne Man Who Alleged Mishandling by Canadian Border Agents Walks On
Antoine Delormier, the 67-year-old Akwesasne man who...
Theresa Snow: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
“Drill them to Hell and Back” Billboard To Be Changed in Face of Outrage
After a slew of complaints on social media, the owner of a...
Ojibwe Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach Is Still Giving Back
Reggie Leach is an Ojibwe hockey player who was nicknamed...
Culturally Appropriate Chicago Blackhawks Logo by First Nations Artist Goes Viral
When Winnipeg radio hosts Tom and Larry posted a “new and...
Trudeau’s Mandate: 13 Instructions for Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
No sooner was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sworn in on...
Rams QB Sam Bradford Is an Inspiration to American Indians
All parents have big dreams when their children start to play a sport competitively, and few are bigger than seeing their kid win the Heisman Trophy, become the first pick in the N...
Indigenous Peoples Call Canadian Kyoto Withdrawal Business as Usual
On the heels of the COP 17 climate talks in Durban, South Africa, the only thing surprising about Canada’s announcement on December 13 that it would no longer be a party to the Kyo...
First Native American Cleared for Sainthood by Vatican
The Vatican today announced that the Mohawk-Algonquin woman born in 1656 and known as Kateri Tekakwitha has been deemed worthy of sainthood by the Pope...
Nunavut Media Arts Centre a Step Closer to New HQ
The third of three regional Inuit associations that the Inuit Broadcasting Corporation has tapped for funding to build a new Nunavut Media Arts Centre has come through,with a $200,...
Melting Permafrost Could Release Greenhouse Gases: NYT
Long trapped inside permafrost, stores of methane and carbon dioxide, the leading greenhouse gases, have been held in thrall for millennia...
Mom Turned Author Creates Aboriginal Children’s Character
Faced with two sons learning to read and no dual-language books at her disposal, Emilie Corbiere took matters into her own hands...
The American Café Sizzles With Surprise and Mayhem
Lisa Gale Garrigues
Mystery and Mayhem in Small-Town Oklahoma When Sadie Walela decides to pursue her lifelong dream of owning a cafe, she doesn't realize that she's about to jump headlong into a sizz...
Canadian Education Initiative Meant to Increase Understanding
During the 2010-2011 school year 11 schools took part in a pilot program for the Treaty Education Initiative...
Fort William First Nation Settles 160-Year-Old Land Claim With Canada
After 160 years, the land claim between Fort William First Nation, just outside Thunder Bay, and the Ontario and Canadian governments has been settled...
Quebec Algonquins Planning Canada's Biggest Land Claim Ever
A group of Algonquin Indian bands are putting the finishing touches on a land claim for 250,000 square miles over western Quebec and part of eastern Ontario that would be the bigge...
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