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Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy
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Pokémon Go Stop on Sacred Burial Site Infuriates Indigenous People
Enthusiasts of Pokémon Go in Prince George, B.C., Canada...
First Nations Demand Inclusion as Pipeline Breach Fouls North Saskatchewan River
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) has...
Grassy Narrows First Nation Youth Sing Strong, Stand Tall in Music Video ‘Feels Like Home’
It might seem impossible to have hope when confronted with...
Can't Go Wrong with These Four Drum Groups: 2016 Hot List
There is little argument in Indian country that Canyon...
‘More Than a Sash’: A Chat With Miss Universe Canada Siera Bearchell, Métis
Siera Bearchell’s pursuit of a law degree has been put on...
Five Musicians to Blast This Summer: 2016 Hot List
Drum groups are the traditional beat of Indian country, but...
Global Warming, Pesticides Lead to Decline in Monarch Butterfly Population
Mallory Price, Cronkite News
A large orange-and-black butterfly glides through a flurry of multicolored wings to land on a bright pink flower...
Salmon Ceremony: First Chinook Return to Chief Joseph Hatchery
It was truly a “First Salmon” ceremony, not only celebrating the annual return of salmon to the river but also, in this case, the first salmon to return to the Chief Joseph Hatcher...
Trudeau Test? 300 Academics Join First Nations in Urging Halt to Site C Dam
Despite growing protests to the Site C hydroelectric dam being proposed by B.C. Hydro in northeastern British Columbia, construction on the $8.8 billion project is proceeding...
Climate Change: Fossil Fuel Extraction Could Double Temperature Rise if Unchecked
Tim Radford, Climate News
Global warming could have even more devastating consequences than anybody so far has predicted...
Unity Announces ‘25 Under 25 Native Youth Leaders’ for 2016
The United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) has announced its second class of “25 Under 25 Native Youth Leaders” honoring Native American and Alaska Native youth...
First Nations Lend Support to Fort McMurray Fire Victims: Where to Donate
As members of the media toured the fire-ravaged neighborhoods of Fort McMurray on May 10, First Nations and other donors reached out with offers of assistance ranging from supplies...
Praise and Guarded Optimism at Ottawa’s Pledge to Make UN Declaration Into Law
Indigenous Peoples in Canada applauded the federal government after Minister for Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett announced endorsement of the United Nations Declara...
Offensive Inuit Documentary 'Of The North' Drawing Fire
Last year, Canadian filmmaker Dominic Gagnon released a 74-minute film entitled Of The North ...
Canada Announces U.N. Declaration to Become Federal Law
The United Nations Permanent Forum’s 15th session opened on May 9 with Canada’s announcement that it will begin incorporating the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, May 8, 2016
Disenrollment gets the bird as it burgeons to ridiculous proportions, Kennewick man is finally coming home, and Shoni Schimmel is set to hit the Big Apple...
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