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Photos of Native Kids Defending Earth
Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
BIA Releases New ICWA Guidelines
Sovereignty Stems Global Warming: NatGeo
One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
Notah Begay's Foundation Releases PSA
Assimilate This! The ANB & 3-Piece Suit
Lummi: Unequivocal No to Coal Terminals
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset
Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo
NCAI Winter Session Ends Today
Obama Budget Supports Tribal Sovereignty
West Valley Resort Going 'Vertical'
Native American Murals Vandalized
Oil Oversight Absent as NM Develops Fast
Chris Pappan's Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
Native Youth Tackle Tribal Issues
Northern Quest Resort &Casino Wins Award
Thing About Skins
Aboriginal Biking Program Keeps Kids Active, in Nature
Patrick Lucas has seen some small steps of progress. But...
Two Toddlers Die in Blaze; Firefighters Not Called Because of Contract Dispute
Two toddlers died in a First Nation reserve fire in the wee...
First Nations in Canada Remember Tonya Gonnella Frichner
Like their counterparts below the 49th Parallel, First...
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Remembered Across Canada, U.S.
It is Valentine’s Day, but for many across Turtle Island,...
Horrific Car Crash in Saskatchewan Kills Four Bright Lights in Aboriginal Arts
Flags were lowered on Thursday February 12 in Regina and...
Boarding School Pedophile Out on Parole in Saskatchewan After One Year Served
Sentenced to three years for the sexual abuse of boys at a...
Energy, Mining and the Fur Trade
Energy and mining are the new fur trade...
First Nations to U.N. Forum: Prior and Informed Consent, Not Just Consultation
Canada and the U.S. may have signed on with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples back in November and December, respectively...
Markham Ice Shelf, Adrift
Recent reports of melting Arctic ice have grabbed headlines...
Spill Keeps Northern Rainbow Pipeline Shut, Southern Reopens After Fire Threat
The Rainbow pipeline in northern Alberta, hit by a double-whammy of forest-fire threat and an oil spill that closed a First Nations school, has reopened its southern portion, the C...
Slave Lake and First Nation Residents Return
The Government of Alberta started allowing Slave Lake’s 7,000 residents back into town on May 27, nearly two weeks after wildfires destroyed 40 percent of it...
First Nations University Turns 35, Gets New President
Doyle Anderson First Nations University of Canada (FNUC) has a lot to celebrate today, its 35th anniversary...
Circumpolar Agreement Affirms Inuit Development Rights
As the Arctic thaws, the question of resource development is coming more to the fore, and a recent agreement finalizing the Inuit position on such ventures is earning accolades fro...
Barriere Lake Algonquins Oppose Copper Mining Proposal on Their Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
Members of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake community have invoked the U.N...
Alberta Fire Ban Lifted; Hundreds Homeless
A fire ban had been lifted, oil production was starting to resume and a plan was being developed to get evacuees back into their homes in the region around Slave Lake, Alberta, aft...
Alberta Wildfires Cause First Nations Evacuations, Devastate Slave Lake
Alberta remains under a province-wide fire ban in the wake of wildfires that leveled nearly half of the town of Slave Lake, whose 7,000 residents were evacuated on Sunday night and...
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