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White House Outlines Massive Outreach to Indian Country at Tribal Nations Conference
As the 8th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference (...
Obama’s Legacy On the Line: The Dakota Access Pipeline Could Tarnish His Place in History
Obama and Native nations have worked hard over eight years...
Deadlines Near for Registration, Early Voting Starts Soon
TRAHANT REPORTS—If Indian country is going to make a...
The ‘50 Faces of Indian Country 2016’ Magazine Available Now!
Indian Country Today Media Network is proud to announce its...
Indigenous Peoples Still Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’ and Way of Life
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations Special...
Federal Agencies Seek Input on Infrastructure Decision Making Following DAPL
Two weeks after a joint announcement by the Departments of...
Outbreak of Hepatitis A on Vancouver Island Hitting Aboriginals Hard
Aboriginal people on the West Coast of Vancouver Island are being hit hard by an outbreak of Hepatitis A, according to Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) chief medical health...
B.C.’s First Woodlands License Means Economic Sustainability
Self-government for British Columbia’s Huu-ay-aht First Nation might have started in April , but a big piece of it was added on December 2...
Supreme Court Says Lax Kw’Alaams Cannot Commercially Sell Their Fish
For generations before the arrival of Europeans, the Lax Kw’Alaams tribe of British Columbia harvested halibut, crab and seaweed from its territory...
Two Aboriginals Await Embezzlement Sentencing in Case that Sank Two Fisheries Groups
A British Columbia Supreme Court justice is mulling the sentences of two aboriginal men who defrauded two aboriginal organizations out of nearly $1 million, causing the groups’ dem...
B.C. Fast-Tracks Prosperity Mine Ahead of Federal Enviro Review
Leapfrogging over federal environmental studies and a land-claims case due to be settled by year's end, the British Columbia government has granted permits to Taseko Mines Ltd...
First Nations Trade Mission to China a Multicultural Celebration
First Nations leaders from across Canada have returned from their weeklong trade trip to China flush with ideas and the promise of new relationships forged directly with the Asian ...
B.C. First Nations Bring Land Claims to International Forum
WASHINGTON – Six First Nations of British Columbia have taken to the international legal stage in an effort to shame the Canadian government into recognizing longstanding land clai...
AFN’s Atleo and First Nations Leaders on Trade Trip to China
Several First Nations leaders and aboriginal business proponents will spend 10 days in China discussing business opportunities with the growing Asian nation...
British Columbia First Nations Take Over Health Care from Federal Government
First Nations in British Columbia have taken the next step toward health-care autonomy with the signing of a groundbreaking agreement to oversee their own health care services, rat...
New Graduate Journalism Course Gets Student Reporters into Aboriginal Communities
All too often, aboriginals are portrayed in the media as victims, warriors or threats to the public order. Or, experts say, they are seen as exotic...
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