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Native Leaders React to Ottawa Shooting
In Wake of School Shooting, Tulalip and
Big Day for Native Languages in Alaska
Deschene Out of Navajo Election
The Curse of Wisconsin Point
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$19 Million to Inspire Native Research
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A Flaming Chariot Called Fear
SavOn Stores Raise $7,000 for MDA
National Recognition for Tribal Health
The World’s Largest Voting Booth
Russian Tiger Defects; Pumpkin Riots
Duane Champagne’s Self-Determination
Parched Southwest: the 'Story of Water'
Grave Robbing, Curses, and Customs
Family Tradition Leads Birdwell to VA
How Racist Are You?
Oklahoma-Based Tribes Looking to Expand
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Peoples in Canada Celebrate Aboriginal Awareness Month
Indigenous Peoples in Canada are celebrating Aboriginal Awareness month all throughout June and using the designation to draw attention to what their cultures have to offer the nat...
Financial Transparency Legislation Renews Controversy Over First Nation Chiefs' Salaries
David P. Ball
Newly enacted federal legislation forcing First Nations to disclose their leaders' salaries and spending online has been decried by critics who say the public is being misled by “m...
Bernard Valcourt Replaces John Duncan at Helm of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Bernard Valcourt, Progressive-Conservative Member of Parliament for New Brunswick, has replaced John Duncan as Minister of aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development (AAND), Prime...
Canada Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan Resigns
John Duncan, Canada’s Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development (AAND), resigned on Friday February 15, citing an improper letter he had written in June 2011 to feder...
Canadian Government Keeps Close Tabs on Child Advocate Cindy Blackstock
Child advocate Cindy Blackstock, long a champion of aboriginal children's rights, is on the federal government's radar, but not for her work improving the lives of children...
Roseau River First Nation Nets $80 Million for Land Claim
Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation has received $80 million in compensation for the 1903 loss of 60 percent of its land, when the Canadian government forced the band to open up 7...
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