From a statue for a First Nation sniper to a reading of the...
Harry Xulsimalt Mason, Snuneymuxw First Nation, one of the...
Across Canada, aboriginal veterans are being remembered on...
Winnipeg, Manitoba has the highest indigenous population of...
On October 23, YouTube user Roslyn Polard posted a video of...
Some Canadians seem to think Indigenous Peoples mostly...
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Canada

Ralph Richardson
12/10/12
The aboriginal-owned GEObet Tribal Gambling Network, an online gaming enterprise based and operated in the United Kingdom, launched the first online tribal casino in North America ...
David Wiwchar
12/10/12
The last time the Hamilton family saw their sacred masks in person they were being danced across the floor at a memorial potlatch in Port Alberni, British Columbia...
David P. Ball
12/6/12
Opponents of Shell Canada's oil sands expansion plans may take their case to the Supreme Court of Canada, after the Alberta Court of Appeal rejected their constitutional challenge ...
David P. Ball
12/4/12
In remote northwest Ontario, a crackling bonfire and story-telling quietly marked the 10-year anniversary of the longest protest blockade in Canada's history, one that has become a...
David P. Ball
12/2/12
British Columbia's Missing Women Commission of Inquiry into the alleged police mishandling of the Robert Pickton serial killer investigation is taking another jab from some of the ...
ICTMN Staff
12/1/12
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations calls on Saskatchewan residents to take time on Saturday, December 1st, World AIDS Day, to educate themselves on the facts about HIV/A...
Jessica Danforth
12/1/12
December 1, 2012 marks the 24th anniversary of World AIDS Day, a global event celebrating, honoring, and remembering those in the HIV/AIDS movement...
ICTMN Staff
11/30/12
At least 30 youths, mostly aboriginals between the ages of 12 and 15, formed a suicide pact in Vancouver earlier this year, and instances of children consuming alcohol to the point...
Wawmeesh Hamilton
11/24/12
It was 1869, and the two Hesquiaht First Nations men had just stumbled upon a shipwreck and the bodies of a man and woman who had died when their boat capsized...

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