The war of images over the seal hunt is going as epic as a...
Fred Sasakamoose was honored by the Edmonton Oilers for...
A month after Ellen DeGeneres tweeted her record-breaking...
Taseko Mines Ltd., whose proposal to decimate sacred lands...
Native people have been taking an icy plunge the past...
A small Vancouver Island First Nation is contesting a...
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ICTMN Staff
1/31/11
When Helen Haig-Brown and six fellow aboriginal filmmakers were asked to make short films for the 10th anniversary of the ImagiNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, they each received...
ICTMN Staff
1/30/11
It’s a Saanich myth familiar to many in this First Nations community: The creator turns Ciye, a woman picking blueberries, into a blue bird...
ICTMN Staff
1/30/11
North American lynx populations and caribou herds are on the agenda for two Trent University researchers receiving grants of about C$500,000 each from the Natural Sciences and Engi...
ICTMN Staff
1/29/11
According to University of Saskatchewan's Indigenous Studies Portal blog , the Aboriginal Storytelling Month is kicking off on February 1, 2011...
ICTMN Staff
1/29/11
Hal Kvisle, who was TransCanada Corp.’s chief executive officer until last year, is one of the new leaders of the Alberta government’s new oil sands environmental monitoring panel,...
ICTMN Staff
1/28/11
Urban and suburban supermarkets have those contests where you win as much stuff as you can cram into your cart in half an hour as you race through the aisles...
ICTMN Staff
1/28/11
Imagine attending high school in a foreign land where you do not understand the customs, and no one understands you...
Brian Daffron
1/28/11
Steelworkers Local 9508 members on strike at Voisey’s Bay (Photo courtesy of United Steel Workers) LAWTON, Okla.—An 18-month strike by the United Steel Workers in Labrador, Canada,...
ICTMN Staff
1/28/11
On January 25th, the University of Saskatchewan Library celebrated the 25,000th live record on the Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal), NationTalk reported...
ICTMN Staff
1/27/11
A team of Canadian researchers at Carleton University has received more than $500,000 to study avian cholera, a disease that experts say can kill eider ducks even as they're sittin...

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