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New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
Osage Policy Honors Service Men & Women
It’s Official: The Kitty Litter Did It
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Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
Second Native American Eatery Opens
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Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
50 Most Inspiring DearNativeYouth Tweets
George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
18-Year-Old Director Visits White House
Exploring the Next 10,000 Years
$5 Million Nutrition Campaign Launches
Casino Follies; GOP Ponders Cruz Control
Instant Horse Racing Bill Passes
Dja Dja Wurrung Wants Ancestral Art Back
Jenkins: Where’s The Outcry?
Navajo Leaders Disrespect Voting Rights
Blumenthal Flip Flops on Federal Rec
Thing About Skins
Wab Kinew Serenaded With 'No Diggity' by All-Women Drum Group [Video]
On March 10 and 11, the It Matters to Us conference took...
Dance Festival a Brilliant, Growing Showcase of Native Culture
When darkness falls, the Museum of Anthropology, a...
Teen Player Killed in Car Wreck Leaving Little NHL Tourney
The Red Rock First Nation is mourning two of its very...
Store Pulls Dated, Stereotype-Laden 'Tintin' Book From Shelves—Temporarily
A Winnipeg branch of the Canadian bookstore chain Chapters...
University of Alberta Teepee Vandalism Causes Fear In Indigenous Community
Over the weekend of March 7 to 8, teepee poles erected by...
Two First Nations Tribes Pull Up a Seat on Wall Street
Two of Canada’s First Nations are breaking the glass...
Indigenous Veterans Recognized Across Canada on Remembrance Day
From a statue for a First Nation sniper to a reading of the “Act of Remembrance” for the first time in the Métis language, indigenous people who have served in the Canadian militar...
Remembrance Day Strikes Deeply as Canada Honors Soldiers Slain at Home
An extra layer of poignancy and grief blanketed Canada this Remembrance Day as the nation commemorated not only those who had fallen in war but also marked the recent deaths of two...
First Nation Soccer Star in Hall of Fame 100 Years After Death
Harry Xulsimalt Mason, Snuneymuxw First Nation, one of the first indigenous soccer stars to break down racial barriers in the late 1800s and early 1900s, is being inducted into the...
Aboriginal Veterans Day Commemorates First Nations WWI Snipers, Soldier Sacrifice
Across Canada, aboriginal veterans are being remembered on November 8 for their years of service with the country’s military at home and abroad...
Assembly of First Nations Announces Three Candidates for National Chief
Three people have officially thrown their names into contention for the Assembly of First Nations’ National Chief slot vacated by Shawn A-in-chut Atleo last May...
Winnipeg’s First Aboriginal Mayor Takes Office
Winnipeg, Manitoba has the highest indigenous population of any city in Canada, and as of Tuesday November 4 it has its first-ever aboriginal mayor...
Vice Says ‘Sexy Indian Chief’ Has to Go: Retailers Shouldn’t Sell Native Costumes
Even though Halloween is over, which means the possibility of offensive costumes has ended, it’s still football season, which means there is a chance that fans will still paint the...
Must Watch: Video of Homeless Native Piano Player Racks Up 3.5M Views
On October 23, YouTube user Roslyn Polard posted a video of a homeless man named Ryan playing a piano in downtown Edmonton...
Top 5 Cities in Canada With the Most Indigenous People
David P. Ball
Some Canadians seem to think Indigenous Peoples mostly dwell in far-flung remote reserves...
Indigenous Leaders Caution Against Racist Assumptions in Wake of Ottawa Shooting
As Corporal Nathan Cirillo was laid to rest on Tuesday October 28, days after being shot dead by a deranged gunman while standing guard at the National War Monument in Ottawa, Cana...
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