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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...
10 Flaming Fuel-Train Wrecks Possible Annually, Federal Government Finds
Lakehead University to Mandate Indigenous Learning
Beginning in 2016, it will be mandatory for undergraduate students at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, to take indigenous education, reports CBCNews ...
First Nations in Canada Remember Tonya Gonnella Frichner
Like their counterparts below the 49th Parallel, First Nations in Canada is feeling keenly the passing of Tonya Gonnella Frichner, and on February 18 the Assembly of First Nations ...
Two Toddlers Die in Blaze; Firefighters Not Called Because of Contract Dispute
Two toddlers died in a First Nation reserve fire in the wee hours of Tuesday February 17, as firefighters slept in the neighboring village—unsummoned because there was no longer a ...
Video: Raw Footage of Exploding Oil Train in West Virginia Shows Dangers of Rail Transport
Another train carrying extra-flammable crude from the Bakken oil fields has derailed, this one in West Virginia, and a day later it is still burning as a several-day cleanup commen...
Nebraska Judge Halts TransCanada's Eminent Domain Grab for Keystone XL
TransCanada has for now lost its bid to seize Nebraskans’ land via eminent domain for its Keystone XL pipeline project, thanks to a February 12 temporary injunction...
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Remembered Across Canada, U.S.
It is Valentine’s Day, but for many across Turtle Island, it is a day not of romance but to commemorate loss and celebrate lives that are no more...
A Love Letter to Jenna Lynne, One of the Missing and Murdered Women of Canada
Editor’s Note: Jenna Lynne passed away September 23, 2014 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She left behind three sons, her father, and two sisters...
Horrific Car Crash in Saskatchewan Kills Four Bright Lights in Aboriginal Arts
Flags were lowered on Thursday February 12 in Regina and Ottawa as Canada mourned the deaths of four prominent artists in a horrific car wreck two days earlier...
Boarding School Pedophile Out on Parole in Saskatchewan After One Year Served
Sentenced to three years for the sexual abuse of boys at a Saskatchewan residential school more than 50 years ago, convicted pedophile Paul Leroux has been granted full parole afte...
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