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Clive Bundy's Treatment Vs. Dann Sisters
Fiddling in the Fields: Spring's Fern
Northland College Names NAICC Director
NMAI Profile: Ogimaa Duke Peltier
Broken Hearts and Tuition Bills
Everest Avalanche Kills 12 Sherpas
400 Years Later—Pocahontas Weds Again
Coachella War Bonnets: Yep, It Happened
Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Thing About Skins
Attorney: Aboriginal Grandchildren Are Owed $2.7 Billion
A Regina attorney is drafting what he hopes will be a class-action lawsuit claiming that 45,000 grandchildren of aboriginal women who lost their status by marrying non-natives have...
Aboriginal Winners Honor Life
“Ew, that outfit is hideous!” yells a chunky, green-clad girl to her friend, turning her away...
Canadians Row Across Atlantic to Highlight Indigenous Rights
Three Canadians are part of a 16-person team from around the world that is setting out to break a record for rowing east to west across the Atlantic, departing from Agadir, Morocco...
Residential Schools Commemoration Proposals Sought
What happens when children are ripped from their parents and loving home environment, sent to live in boarding schools with strangers hundreds or thousands of miles away and forced...
Robust Growth for First Nations Bank of Canada
First Nations Bank of Canada saw double-digit-percent increases in loans, assets and deposits for 2010, the country’s only majority aboriginal-owned and -operated bank said on Jan...
Think Tank: Youthful Northern Canada Is Future’s Key
Northern Canada, with its largely youthful Inuit and aboriginal population, could be a key to the country’s economic future, according to Conference Board of Canada, a leading thin...
Manitoba Bid Good-bye to Aboriginal Activist in 2010
With the close of 2010, Manitoba bid a final fond farewell to aboriginal activist Mary Richards, a Métis who died in September at age 70 from complications after a kidney transplan...
Canada’s Aboriginals Hold Leaders Accountable
Canada’s first nations are working within their own ranks to make leaders accountable for their salaries and their governing practices more transparent in general, the The Victoria...
Canadian Native TV Network Wins AI Journalism Award
The investigative journalism team at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) has won the 2010 Amnesty International Canada Human Rights Journalism Award for an in-depth re...
Violence Against Aboriginal Women Goes Unsolved
December 6 was Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, and the country’s Aboriginal groups worked to draw attention to the fact that an inordinat...
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Australia Perpetuates Cultural Genocide Through Forced Removal of Aboriginal Youth
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