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Canadian Government Invests C$2 Million to Combat Violence Against Aboriginal Women
With the unsolved murders and disappearances of hundreds of aboriginal women languishing in cold-case files across Canada, the federal government is giving C$2 million to the Nativ...
Coushatta Casino Resort
The Coushatta Tribe of Louisana was officially recognized by the Federal government in 1973. They established their current home, north of Elton, Louisana, in 1975...
Navajo Preparatory School Gets Gold for Going Green
The Betty Ojaye Student Center at Navajo Preparatory School was recently the first building in San Juan County to achieve a certification for green building, according to The Daily...
Tribes in ND Want to Improve Tourism Operations
The Bismarck Tribune reports that North Dakota tribes are working together in an effort to expand their tourism operations on their reservations, and now some within their communit...
Inmate Population in Indian Country Jails Increased 1.9 Percent in 2009
The numbers were in a little on the high side as the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics announced the inmate population in Indian country jails increased 1.9 percent...
Mi’kmaq/Metis artist Monica “Little Flower” Alexander’s Work on Exhibit
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON, Conn.—Mi’kmaq/Metis artist Monica Alexander has been named artist of the month at the Institute for American Indian Studies...
Tee Time With Urban Native Girl
Now I don’t want all you boys thinking that I’ve neglected you. I certainly keep your fashion wants, styles and needs in my thoughts just as much as I do the ladies'...
Lawyers Order L.A. County to Stop Dig in Campo Santo
The County of Los Angeles have been given cease-and-desist orders by lawyers regarding construction and excavations of human remains including Native Americans at the site of the C...
Educational Inequalities Discussed
BOULDER, Colo.—If little Johnny can’t read, it’s likely thanks to a “structural, intergenerational disparity of resources”—not lack of ability, not lack of achievement, not even be...
Henvey Inlet First Nation Snags Major Energy Contract
Henvey Inlet First Nation (HIFN) is poised not only to provide energy to fellow aboriginals but also is at the brink of prosperity from the same efforts, the aboriginal group said...
Candidacy on the Heels of Resignation
The recently-resigned former chairman of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe is in the running to replace himself in a special election April 12 to fill the seat he left vacant when he s...
Native Learning Center Winter Symposium
The Native Learning Center's Winter Symposium will be held March 15-17 in Hollywood, Florida...
Patricia Paul is Next Chairwoman of ‘World Peace’ Panel
Patricia Paul, Inuit, has been elected the next chairwoman of the Washington State Bar Association ’s World Peace Through Law Section; the section focuses on international affairs...
Nisqually’s $75K Grant Funds Healthy Foods Program
A $75,500 grant from the Nisqually Indian Tribe will help fund the ongoing outreach work of the Northwest Indian College Traditional Plants and Foods Program ...
Interior Secretary Salazar’s Vision for Growing Wildlife Refuge System
The Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, announced today that he's got a draft vision "to guide the growth and management of the National Wildlife Refuge System," a U.S...
Cleveland is New Chairwoman of Quileute Nation
QUILEUTE, Wash. – Bonita Cleveland was recently elected chairwoman of the Quileute Nation by her fellow members of the Tribal Council...
Lapwai Girls win State 1A Basketball Championship
The Nez Perce girls from Lapwai High School are the new Idaho state champion basketball team in the 1A division...
Navajo Lease Extension Pends on Shelly's Signature
The Navajo Tribal Council on February 15 approved a lease extension for the Four Corners Power Plant in northwestern New Mexico until 2041, reported the Associated Press ...
First Nations Chiefs Oppose St. Lawrence Radioactive Shipments
Ontario First Nations chiefs are joining their more southern neighbors in the U.S...
Johnson Announces Funding for Lower Brule
The Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in Lower Brule, S.D. received a $27,750 federal grant to help develop and implement economic development programs in the region...
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