Scientists looking into the genetics of ancient Arctic...
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is known as one of the...
The sacred rock, Mistaseni or “Big Rock” to the Cree, was...
More than 1,000 people attended a vigil on August 19 to...
A Nunavut actress and throat-singer has declined to perform...
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Canada

ICTMN Staff
8/4/11
First Nations leaders across Canada are at odds with the ministry of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development over the timing on land claims negotiations...
ICTMN Staff
8/3/11
The Anishinabek Nation is mourning its grandfather, William Commanda, who passed away on August 2 at age 97...
Sam Laskaris
8/3/11
The team representing the Haudenosaunee Nation at the world girls' under-19 field lacrosse tournament is expected to face some rather stiff opposition...
Sam Laskaris
8/3/11
After several close finishes, a Regina-based women's fastball team is indeed full of Pride...
Lisa Wilcox
8/2/11
Reprinted with permissions from the Coast Salish Gathering News. — Eds...
ICTMN Staff
8/1/11
Twelve guitars, two basses, a blend of contemporary and historical themes, topped off by a sampling of Native American food...
ICTMN Staff
8/1/11
Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation has received $80 million in compensation for the 1903 loss of 60 percent of its land, when the Canadian government forced the band to open up 7...
ICTMN Staff
7/31/11
First, an animated video detailing the process and scope of what is called the largest industrial project in history, the Alberta Oil Sands ...
Kara Briggs and Brent Merrill
7/31/11
Reprinted with permissions from the Coast Salish Gathering News Canoe families from Western Washington and British Columbia participated in the fourth year of a unique study of wat...
Sarah E. Smith
7/30/11
Reprinted with permissions from the Coast Salish Gathering News SQUAMISH, B.C.—An innovative education program is introducing Squamish First Nation kids and their non-Native classm...

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