Four people are confirmed dead, at least two critically...
As regulatory hearings begin around a controversial oil...
The effects of climate change are going to have a...
Tea has a long history in ceremony and other revered forms...
The Canadian ballet reviewers often refer to as “the most...
An investigation is under way into allegations of sexual...
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Canada

ICTMN Staff
2/15/11
Through March 14 the Cherokee Nation is accepting education tour grant applications, which are available on a first-come, first-serve basis to eligible schools, according to a nati...
ICTMN Staff
2/15/11
It was supposed to be a day-long polar bear hunt. Instead, two teens found themselves trapped in an icy wasteland for four days...
ICTMN Staff
2/14/11
After a few years of heartache, the first Inuit-owned mining development company has inked a deal to rekindle the Jericho diamond mine, the Nunatsiaq News reported on Valentine’s D...
Valerie Taliman
2/14/11
VANCOUVER—For 20 years now on Valentine’s Day, the families of murdered and missing Native women have marched to police headquarters through the streets of the Downtown Eastside (D...
ICTMN Staff
2/14/11
For most people Valentine’s Day is a tribute to love and romance. But for the families of missing women in Canada it commemorates love, grief and a quest for justice...
ICTMN Staff
2/14/11
Métis leaders are outraged that the Canadian government has outsourced the task of compiling criteria under which descendants of fur traders settlers and First Nations peoples can ...
ICTMN Staff
2/13/11
Canada’s government is receiving so much flack over its contracting with an independent standard-setting firm to compile a list of Métis identifying criteria that it is now reviewi...
ICTMN Staff
2/12/11
The BBC Human Planet Explorer team recently traveled to Greenland’s Siorapaluk , one of the northernmost inhabited villages in the world, to watch Inuit prepare kiviaq, a fermented...
ICTMN Staff
2/12/11
The Star is reporting that the Ontario provincial government has halted its march toward wind power built on lakes, citing environmental concerns...
ICTMN Staff
2/11/11
Global warming and a rush to exploit the natural resources of the Arctic are killing off Caribou herds, which is bad news for them, for the indigenous peoples who share their lands...

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