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Photo: Peel Watershed Ruling Seen as Precedent-Setting
This week’s featured image of Peel Watershed is inspiring...
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old Underwater Site at Haida Gwaii
An archaeological discovery from this past September could...
New AFN Chief Declares No New Pipelines Without First Nation Consultation
Newly elected Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry...
Tensions Simmer After Kinder Morgan Confrontation Over Pipeline Extension in Burnaby, B.C.
Nearly two weeks after Kinder Morgan completed its test...
Push Back Inevitable? Former Assembly of First Nations Chiefs Tapped for Refinery Project
Two First Nations chiefs have been recruited by the British...
Developers Versus First Nations Over Heritage Conservation Laws in BC
The need for reform of heritage conservation laws in a...
Artcirq: Circus Transforms Inuit lives
Artcirq is Inuit and circus cultural fusion. It combines theatrics and gravity-defying arobatic circus technique with elements of Inuit tradition...
Canada’s Missing Women: Sad Echoes of Mexico
Canada’s “Highway of Tears” flows between the cities of Prince George to Prince Rupert in British Columbia...
Working to Prevent Indigenous Suicide
Suicide prevention groups from both the U.S. and Canada joined forces in early December at a Montreal conference to study ways to keep indigenous youth from taking their lives...
It Ain’t Easy Being Arctic
Goods shipped to Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic, commonly cost astronomically more than items sold farther south, for obvious reasons...
Violence Against Aboriginal Women Goes Unsolved
December 6 was Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, and the country’s Aboriginal groups worked to draw attention to the fact that an inordinat...
Tim Hortons Goes Arctic
Courtesy Tim Hortons It reached New York City before it made it all the way up to the northern reaches of its home country, but coffee chain Tim Hortons has opened three express lo...
Cherokee Language Available on iPhone and iPod
The Cherokee language is now available for the first time on iPhones and iPods for more than 300 million users, Native American Times reports...
Carl Beam Retrospective to Travel the World
Aboriginal and Canadian contemporary artist Carl Beam broke barriers in 1986 when the National Gallery of Canada bought The North American Iceberg, its first-ever purchase of a wor...
The First Pocahontas May Have Been a Viking
Genes from the Beothuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has reve...
Native American Languages: Loss And Revitalization
"Approximately half of the world's languages are considered to be endangered, and we may be losing languages as often as one every two or three weeks," says K...
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