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Aboriginal Senator Murray Sinclair Pays Tribute to Orlando Victims and His ‘Openly Gay’ Daughter
Editor’s Note: Justice Murray Sinclair, who chaired the...
'Much to Celebrate': 20th National Aboriginal Day Marked by Sunrise Ceremonies Across Canada
From coast to coast to coast, Indigenous Peoples and...
Top Canada Journalism Prize Goes to Indigenous Reporter for Missing and Murdered Women Coverage
One of Canada’s most prestigious journalism honors has been...
Historical Trauma and Me, the Daughter of a Mother Murdered by a Serial Killer
When I was thirteen years old, my mother was murdered. This...
A Pass-First Guy: Q&A With LAX Star Brendan Bomberry
As soon as lacrosse player Brendan Bomberry stepped into...
Ontario's Formal Residential School Apology Sets Precedent: Indigenous Leaders
Aboriginal leaders in Canada this week hailed as precedent-...
Fallout Persists from Spring Floods in Manitoba
Months after spring floods have receded, some Manitoba First Nations are still displaced, leading two of them to file suit and one to request barracks housing through the winter...
Native American and Indigenous Studies Added to WEST Roster
The Department of Women’s and Ethnic Studies (WEST) at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) recently added three new certificate programs to its major and minor pr...
Alberta Government to Study Health Downstream from Oil Sands
In a never-before-seen partnership, the aboriginal communities around Fort McKay will work with the government of Alberta over the next few years to study health in communities dow...
Roseau River Ousts Chief Terry Nelson
Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation has removed Chief Terry Nelson for the third time since 2007, and this time it looks as though it might stick: The five-term chief may opt not ...
Indigenous Students Bring Renewable Energy Quest to the National Mall
WASHINGTON—While the push from policymakers for renewable energy development currently faces something of a slowdown in the nation’s capital due to intense cost-cutting congression...
Video: Aboriginals and Other Oil Sands Opponents Explain their Position
Monday's protest outside the House of Commons in Ottawa against the Alberta Oil Sands netted more than 100 arrests—according to Greenpeace, which helped organize the demonstration,...
Akwesasne Women Lead Discussion at Indigenous Health Meeting
Tewakierakwa Louise McDonald stands beside her presentation of Oherokon (“Under the husk”), the young women's rites of passage ceremonies...
Fractured Families, Lack of Education Set Up Aboriginal Kids for Suicide
Family alcoholism, emotional vulnerability, and the lack of community and education put aboriginal youth on a path to solvent abuse, violence and, all too often, suicide...
More than 100 Arrested at Anti-Keystone Protest in Ottawa
About 100 people were arrested on September 26 after climbing police barriers on Parliament Hill as they protested against further development of the Alberta Oil Sands...
AIAI Chief Phillips Resigns Unexpectedly
Randall Phillips, Grand Chief of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI), will leave office on September 30, the AIAI has announced...
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