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‘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...
Iroquois Nationals Stomp England, Edged by Canada at U19 Worlds
The Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team pulled a repeat of...
ICTMN’s Lisa J. Ellwood Hosting IndigenousXca on Twitter July 14–21
Australia’s @IndigenousX has been one of Twitter's most...
Revoked: Enbridge Loses Northern Gateway Pipeline Permits Over Lack of Consultation
Indigenous leaders hailed the revocation of permits for...
Northern Gateway Doomed? The Hits Keep Coming
Enbridge’s floundering Northern Gateway pipeline has taken...
Kevin T. Hart: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Truth and Reconciliation Chair Justice Murray Sinclair Earns Canadian Senate Seat
Reuel S. Amdur
Justice Murray Sinclair, who headed up Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) on aboriginal residential schools, is one of seven new senators appointed by the Governor ...
'A Good Start': Trudeau Allocates Unprecedented $8.4 Billion to Indigenous Peoples in 2016 Budget
Indigenous leaders across Canada were heartened by a 2016 federal budget proposal that pumps $8.4 billion over five years into addressing the needs of First Nations, Métis and Inui...
Mysterious Rashes and Sores Prompt Evacuation of First Nation Children
Canadian authorities are evacuating children plagued in sores and rashes from Kashechewan First Nation in remote northern Ontario in what has been declared a health emergency...
Goldman Winner Marilyn Baptiste Urges Trudeau to Push for Investigation Into Berta Cáceres Murder in Honduras
In the wake of the March 3 assassination of Lenca activist Berta Cáceres in Honduras, her fellow Goldman Prize winner Marilyn Baptiste, Nits'il?in Yaz/Councillor, Xeni Gwet'in Firs...
President and Michelle Obama Welcome Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to White House
Several hundred invited guests to the South White House lawn watched today as President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama welcomed the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ...
International Women’s Day 2016: Seeking Parity, Safety and Recognition
It should be a no-brainer, but it bears repeating nonetheless: As half the human population, women are essential to the planet’s survival...
Video: Watch Award-Winning Short Film ‘Clouds of Autumn’
As of March 7, “Clouds of Autumn,” winner of Best Canadian Short Drama at the 2015 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, can be seen on YouTube...
Prime Minister Trudeau Awarded Honorary Tsuut'ina Membership, Crowned With Headdress
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s initial strides into office have been so promising that the Tsuut’ina Nation made him an honorary member and awarded him the name Gumistiyi, “The On...
Ojibwe Grandmother and Water Walker Josephine Mandamin Honored for Conservation
She has walked more than 10,000 miles, along the banks of numerous rivers and lakes, and now Ojibwe grandmother Josephine Mandamin, Wikwemikong First Nation, has been recognized fo...
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