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The Week That Was
'The Guardian' Is a Symbol for All
Jude Schimmel Honored With 'Jude Song'
SCIA Hearing Highlights Responsibilities
Video Flyover: The Land That Gives Life
Natives Still Here and Caring for Land
Self-Regulation of Class II Gaming
Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Thing About Skins
First Nations Are Slowing Global Warming by Protecting Boreal Forest: NatGeo
Residents of Poplar River First Nation in Manitoba, Canada...
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...
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...
More Charges Against Pedophile Priest
Two more counts of indecent assault have been filed against Eric DeJaeger, the Belgium-born priest accused of molesting children in Igloolik between 1978 and 1982, CBC News reports...
Nunavut-born Photog Has a Polar Obsession
It may be upwards of 70 degrees in Tampa, but that won’t stop the polar bears from arriving there on Tuesday night—at least photos of them...
Yukon Health Goes Digital
The next time someone breaks a limb in remote Yukon, a diagnosis from Whitehorse General Hospital will be just a click away...
Métis Filmmaker’s Second Trip to Sundance
Flush from the Toronto International Film Festival’s showing of Wapawekka , Métis filmmaker Danis Goulet has brought the 16-minute short to the Sundance Film Festival, where it is ...
United Nations Expert to Look at Violence against Native Women
Rashida Manjoo, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, will visit the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in Cherokee, North Carolina on Jan. 27-28...
High Proportion of Aboriginals in Canadian Prisons
As many as 70 percent of convicts serving jail time in Canada are aboriginal, even though they comprise just 12 percent of the population, the Toronto Sun reported ...
Preemie Seals Paradox Puzzling Researchers
Seals are being born prematurely in the Canadian Arctic, and pups are washing up dead on beaches in Labrador. A scientist says the phenomena may be linked...
Cree: Traditional Remedies for Diabetes Rival Prescription Drugs
Type II diabetes reached “epidemic proportions in Cree communities,” around the turn of the millennium, Kathleen Wootton, deputy chief of the Cree Nation of Mistissini in Quebec fr...
Arsenic Near Quinsam Mine Causing Concern
Environmental groups, concerned about arsenic levels in the sediment of Long Lake, have asked British Columbia officials to conduct a full environmental review of the Quinsam Mine ...
My Journey Along the Trail of Tears
So why am I, a Comanche, hiking the Trail of Tears? What do I hope to accomplish? What am I trying to say? All good questions...
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