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A Comprehensive Report on MMIW: The Curiously Different Tales of Violence against Indigenous Women On Both Sides of Turtle Island
Editor’s Note: Though the figures are not definite,...
Wab Kinew Runs for Office
TRAHANT REPORTS – One of Canada’s most inspirational voices...
Indigenous Advocates Press for Change After Canada Human Rights Ruling
In the wake of a landmark ruling on human rights and...
Nine First Nations Unite With Declaration Against LNG Tankers in B.C. Salmon Waters
To the deep beat of drums, hereditary chiefs and elders...
Scared and Spied On Under Harper, Why Child Advocate Didn't Give Up
Reprinted with permission from The Tyee. Fresh from victory...
Validated: Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules in Favor of First Nations Children
After nine years of fighting Canada, social worker Cindy...
AFN Chief: Federal Budget Does Not Deliver for First Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut-Atleo is calling for a new funding approach from the federal government that would ensure equitable opportunity, stability ...
Cherokee Nation Color Guard Receives $5,000
The Cherokee Nation Color Guard recently received a $5,000 check presented by Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith during a brief ceremony...
Anishinabe Women Oppose Nuclear Shipment Through Great Lakes
Gale Courey Toensing
A group of Anishinabe women with expertise in halting unwanted projects that threaten the environment are determined to stop a proposed shipment of steam generators contaminated wi...
Atlantic Universities Pledge to Reach Out to Aboriginal Students
In a deal thought to be the first of its kind in Canada, First Nations leaders and universities in Atlantic Canada signed a memorandum of understanding on March 17 to beef up educa...
U.N. Focuses on Cities for World Water Day 2011
With 884 million, or one in eight people, lacking access to safe drinking water and 2.6 billion without toilets, the United Nations marked World Water Day with a call to attend to ...
Baffin Island Maps Its Sea Ice
Arctic sea ice is as much a partner in daily Inuit life as the people themselves, and now a new online, interactive atlas is charting the permutations of that ice, accompanied by e...
Marybelle Chase Honored With Cherokee Nation Gadugi Award
Marybelle Chase was recently given the Gadugi Award in recognition of her academic contributions to the Cherokee Nation...
Report Finds Canada's Boreal Forest Key to World's Survival
Canada may hold the key to the world’s survival, steward as it is of the world’s largest intact forest, which contains more unfrozen water than any other ecosystem, a major U.S...
Education Is First Nations Priority, Says National Chief
From virtual summits to meetings with federal officials, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo is pushing hard for aboriginal education reform in Canada...
UN Preparatory Caucus Meeting March 19-20
This weekend the Blue Lake Hotel & Casino, Blue Lake, Calif., will accommodate 200 indigenous peoples from more than 80 tribal nations from throughout North America for the Nor...
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