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$56M in Community Development Funds
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Non-Status Indians in the U.S., Part 2
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IAIA Names Student Ambassador
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Billy Mills: Let's Give Bernie Sanders Our Vote
As we approach the remaining Presidential primaries, on our...
‘Children of the Arctic’: Glimpse into Complicated Life of Inupiat Teens
Being a teenager is tough wherever you live; but as shown...
Three Lakota Men Still Missing; State of Emergency Declared
The Oglala Sioux Tribe has declared a State of Emergency on...
First Round of Cobell Scholarships (Almost) on the Way
The Cobell Board of Trustees has just turned over...
5 More Things You Thought You Knew About American Indians
Continuing with our tour of American Indian trivia,...
Offended by the Redskins?: An Indian Country Twitter Poll
As some of you know, The Washington Post recently ran a...
Oldest DNA Match in Interpol’s History Links Dead American Convict to Highway of Tears Victim
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have linked the DNA of a deceased American convict who had a history of violent offences against women to at least one victim from British ...
Ambassador Chris Stevens Mourned Across Indian Country as Peacemaker, Diplomat
David P. Ball
In the wake of the violent death of United States Libyan Ambassador J...
Abandoned Recycling Plant’s Tire Dump Threatens Tseshaht First Nation Health, Leaders Say
Tens of thousands of old rubber tires at a derelict recycling plant on Crown land in Port Alberni, British Columbia, pose fire and environmental hazards, and the chief councilor of...
Aboriginal Wheelchair Athlete Set to Burnish Career With Gold at Paralympic Games in London
Richard Peter is hoping to finish off his international career with even more hardware than he already has—and he’s already toting plenty...
Northern Vancouver Island’s Past and Present
The first thing to hit your eyes are the totem poles...
First Nations Artists Sell Work at Victoria Waterfront
Strolling along the waterfront in Victoria, British Columbia, one's glance is arrested by artists' wares: wood carvings, Cowichan woolen items and other First Nations art...
Sliammon Approve Treaty Settlement Amid Controversy
David P. Ball
Sliammon First Nation members in British Columbia have voted, with 57.5 percent in favor, to accept a treaty settlement awarding it 20,510 acres of land and $30 million over a deca...
Hereditary Chief Bert Mack Mourned by Toquaht First Nation and Beyond
Sixty-five years is a long time to lead a Nation...
Bear Eats Murderer’s Remains, Gets Death Penalty
Convicted Canadian murderer Rory Nelson Wagner not only got his just desserts but also was dessert, as a black bear snacked on his already-dead body after dragging it from a car...
Vancouver Creates Aboriginal-Focused School
Hoping to reduce the dropout rate in later years, Vancouver will create an aboriginal-focused school that will be up and running in September, giving students in kindergarten throu...
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