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Miss Indian World 2016: Danielle Finn
More Than 115 to Graduate from Bacone
Sewailo Golf Course Named Top in AZ
Facing Banishment And Disenrollment
The Lesser Of Two Evils: Hillary Vote?
Mass Genocide Through ‘Permanent Peace'
Reconciliation, & Crown-Sovereign Claim
Bennett Freeze Thaw Finally Underway
European Bison Return to Wild
Shoni Schimmel Coming to New York City
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Files IHS Lawsuit
$380 Million More to Benefit Farmers
Pe’ Sla Brings SD Governor to Rosebud
Alexie Gives Disenrollment The Bird
Nat'l Tourism Week in Indian Country
N8V Youth Hockey Players Squaring Off
'Te Ata' to highlight Chickasaw actress
500-Mile Youth Run Against Dakota Access
Each Child Is Sacred
Reconciliation Is the New Assimilation
Thing About Skins
BC First Nations Adamantly Oppose LNG on Lelu Island Despite Province Claims
First Nation leaders from northwestern British Columbia...
Federally Recognized: Métis, Other Non-Status Indians Rejoice at Canada Supreme Court Ruling
Métis and non-status Indians are Indians, “and it is the...
130 First Nations Youth Compete in First-Ever Spelling Bee
A first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee held in...
Attawapiskat First Nation Declares State of Emergency After 101 Suicide Attempts
The Northern Ontario First Nation of Attawapiskat declared...
Conspiracy of Indifference: Press and Police Ignore Violence Against Native Women
This piece was published in partnership with Rewire. This...
Skwachàys Lodge Showcases Native Culture by Supporting Indigenous Artists
Stepping into Vancouver’s Skwachàys Lodge, a visitor is...
Cleanest Mussels Found in Nunavik
Nunavik, the northern region of Quebec, offers the highest grade and cleanest mussels in the world, according to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Microbiology , reporte...
Canadian Human Rights Act to Allow On-reserve First Nations to File Anti-discrimination Claims
First Nations citizens living on reserve will soon be able to file discrimination complaints through the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA), and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian...
Pessamit Innu to Nevado: Quit Drilling!
The Pessamit Innu are lashing out at Nevado Resources Corp...
Comanche Hiking 833 Miles Along Trail of Tears
So let me catch you all up, as I'm a few weeks into this incredible journey (148-miles into it, to be exact, with about 680 miles left) by going back to how this trek began...
Scientists Suggest Native Woman Traveled to Europe 1,000 Years Ago
Scientists speculate that a Native woman might have traveled from America to Europe a thousand years ago...
Beloved Inuit Leader Kusugak Mourned Across Canada
The Inuit and their fellow Canadians are mourning a champion of land-claim, linguistic and cultural rights in Jose Kusugak, who died of cancer on Jan. 18 at age 60...
Tsilhqot’in Helen Haig-Brown Splashes at Sundance
When Helen Haig-Brown and six fellow aboriginal filmmakers were asked to make short films for the 10th anniversary of the ImagiNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, they each received...
Students Tell Saanich Myths Through Computer Animation
It’s a Saanich myth familiar to many in this First Nations community: The creator turns Ciye, a woman picking blueberries, into a blue bird...
Caribou and Lynx Studies Net C$1 Million in Grants
North American lynx populations and caribou herds are on the agenda for two Trent University researchers receiving grants of about C$500,000 each from the Natural Sciences and Engi...
Canada: Aboriginal Storytelling Month
According to University of Saskatchewan's Indigenous Studies Portal blog , the Aboriginal Storytelling Month is kicking off on February 1, 2011...
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