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Thing About Skins
A Feast Worth Fighting For: Inuit Appeal Approval of Seismic Testing at Federal Court
At lunchtime on April 20, as a symbol of their sustenance...
Venezuelan Representative To Canada Visits Traditional Iroquois Longhouse
The drums filled the wooden longhouse with historic sounds...
We Can Afford a Missing Women's Inquiry: It's Not Just Another Study
Editor’s note: This opinion piece originally appeared in...
Métis Adoptee Crowdfunding to Reunite With His Siblings
Adopted as an infant from Saskatchewan and moved to the...
'Those Drunk Indians': What Indigenous Women Face Daily in Canada and Beyond
Editor’s Note: Last month a jury acquitted a man accused of...
16 Groups Blast Ontario for Allowing Clear-Cutting on Grassy Narrows First Nation
No fewer than 16 groups have come out against the Ontario...
Toronto Schools Promote Multicultural Teaching and Learning
In 2006, the ambitious Model Schools for Inner Cities program (MSIC) was implemented by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...
Photographer Nadya Kwandibens Looks at Skins in The City with ‘Concrete Indians’
"Does being a Native person in the city affect your identity?" This is the question photographer Nadya Kwandibens (Ojibwe) seeks to explore in her photo series "Concrete Indians." ...
Kahnawake Weekly Wins Top Honors for Community Journalism
The publisher and editor of The Eastern Door , already a finalist for Canada’s prestigious Michener Award, has won top honors in the community-newspaper category from the Canadian ...
Indian and Northern Affairs Is Now Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Gale Courey Toensing
Stephen Harper’s Conservative government, which won its first majority in national elections in early May, has given the minister of Indian and Northern Affairs (INAC) a new title...
Rentech to Build Plant in Ontario, Pic River First Nation Has Equity Stake
In a landmark partnership, the Pic River First Nation (Ojibway) is joining with Rentech, a Los Angeles–based firm, in a project that will use forest waste and unusable wood fiber t...
Foundation Funds Study of Salish Village Development
The National Science Foundation will fund research into the development of permanent Coast Salish villages on islands in the Salish Sea...
From Boarding School to Halls of Fame
Wilton “Willie” Littlechild Years ago, a small boy in a Canadian residential school hid beneath his bed with a flashlight, reading, dreaming about hockey, and creating the building...
Boarding School Issues Tackled
A who’s who of boarding school scholars was convened in the university town of Boulder, Colorado to plan future steps for Native people affected by U.S...
Morley Googoo Is New AFN Regional Chief for Nova Scotia–Newfoundland-Labrador
New AFN Regional Chief Morley Googoo What with national elections, the death of Osama bin Laden and other hubbub, the election of Morley Googoo as the Assembly of First Nations (AF...
High Aboriginal Diabetes Rate Sparks Innovative Solutions
Canada’s aboriginal peoples, in addition to registering the country’s highest rates of tuberculosis, have other disproportionately high health problems too...
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