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Political Autonomy and Econo
Oglala Water Director Honored
Galileo's Lesson for Canada
5 Native Track Teams in Indian Country
Native Humor! 10 LOL-Worthy Pictures
Well For Culture: Stretch!
Cris Derksen on the Red Ride Tour
Triple Crown Watch; Depp Dogs Deported
Lummi Youth Learn the Bigger Picture
Tusayan Project: Speak Up Now…or Never
Disrobing Junipero Serra
Paraguay Official Sentenced
Never Forget You Are a Sacred People
Memorial Day Weekend Pow Wow Guide
Blackhorse: 'Native American'? 'Indian'?
Major Award for Salmon Restoration in NW
Sonny Skyhawk on Adam Sandler Saga
ICWA Hearings Reignite Clash, Part 1
Construction on New Data Center Begins
Otherworldly Pottery [11 Images]
Thing About Skins
$1 Billion? No Thanks: First Nation Turns Down Offer for LNG on Ancestral Land
A First Nation in northern British Columbia has said no...
Idle No More Compared to 'Bacteria' in Internal RCMP Document
Aboriginal People's Television Network (APTN) is reporting...
Listen to First Single From the 'Cree Rihanna,' Pop Singer Mariame
Among Quebec's Cree communities, singer Mariame Hasni is...
Canada in Shock as Left-Leaning NDP Wins Oil-Sands Province's Election
The left-leaning New Democratic Party (NDP) shocked Canada...
They’re Sunk: First Nation Declares Emergency as Broken Ferry Severs Mainland Connection
First they were removed to the far end of a peninsula. Then...
Social Media Firestorm Shoots Down ‘Pow Wow’ TV Show in Montreal
On Monday, a TV network based in Montreal launched a French...
Webinar June 3 on Governance
As part of Aboriginal History Month, which started on June 1, the Assembly of First Nations will host a webcast on Governance and Accountability . See the AFN website for details...
B.C. Aboriginals Vote to Take Over Health Services from Feds
Aboriginals in British Columbia have taken the notion of sovereignty to another level: Faced with higher rates of health problems than mainstream Canadian society, a group of First...
B.C. Aboriginals File Suit Against Feds for Sixties’ Scoop
A British Columbia First Nations woman is spearheading a multimillion-dollar class-action lawsuit against Canada’s government for handing over responsibility for Indian child welfa...
2014 North American Indigenous Games Selects Host
The North American Indigenous Games Council (NAIG) has announced that Regina, Saskatchewan will be hosting the 2014 North American Indigenous Games...
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...
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