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Blood Tribe Members Set Up Anti-fracking Blockade
The women of the Blood Tribe who have set up a blockade against fracking operations that are about to begin on their traditional lands in Alberta, Canada, speak about their motivat...
Samson Cree First Nation Reels from Second Shooting in as Many Months
Samson Cree First Nation leaders are vowing to clean up the reserve near Hobbema, Alberta, after the second shooting in as many months has left a 23-year-old woman dead...
Tsuu T’ina First Nation Vies to Be Named Coolest Community in Alberta
Tsuu T’ina First Nation appears, well, normal. Sure it has great facilities: two championship golf courses, a casino, a sports complex, an ice rink and an indoor rodeo center...
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Blood Tribe Honorary Chief
Blood Tribe Chief Charles Weasel Head was so moved by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s 2008 apology for the country’s residential schools era that he requested an honorary chieftans...
Claiming Tobacco Smuggling, RCMP Seizes Luxury Cars, Makes Arrests
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) sent 120 officers to raid locations in Châteauguay, Laval and Longueuil to break apart a “huge tobacco smuggling network,” the agency said ...
Slave Lake and First Nation Residents Return
The Government of Alberta started allowing Slave Lake’s 7,000 residents back into town on May 27, nearly two weeks after wildfires destroyed 40 percent of it...
Flooding Postpones First Nations Environmental Conference
Canada's prairie region has flooded so badly that an environmental-health conference has been postponed so that the participants can focus on their inundated communities, the Feder...
Métis Celebrate Fed Stimulus, Await One More
"The Métis Nation has waited more than two years to hear these announcements so today's news is very welcome especially for our Métis citizens in B.C...
National Aboriginal Hockey Championship Gets Host
Officials with the Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) stepped up a year earlier than they had originally planned to...
Montana Cree Want Cigarettes Back, Chief Out
A flap is developing over 14 million cigarettes--that is, 75,000 cartons--that were seized on Jan...
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