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Division I! College Baller Zachary Camel
Don’t Buy This Book: Acoma vs Nabokov
Gravitational Waves, in Siksika Language
National Parks Need Maintenance
Tanaya Winder’s ‘Words Like Love’
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Tribal Housing Needs
Diné College Reorganizes
Imposing Metaphors on Original Nations
MMIW: A Comprehensive Report
Northern Cheyenne vs. Big Coal
Cop Shoots, Kills Native Woman
Juneau: And the Campaign Goes On
Coos Bay Tribes to Add Dental Therapists
Victim of Hit-and-Run: 'Joy to Be Alive'
Malpractice Alleged at IHS Hospitals
Obama’s Indian Country Budget
Indigenous Woman Elected in B.C.
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Thing About Skins
Historic Win: Melanie Mark Is First Indigenous Woman Elected to B.C. Legislature
Melanie Mark has made history as the first indigenous woman ever elected to the British Columbia legislature, trouncing the competition with more than 60 percent of the vote in a F...
Nine First Nations Unite With Declaration Against LNG Tankers in B.C. Salmon Waters
To the deep beat of drums, hereditary chiefs and elders from coastal and inland First Nations entered the Highlander Hotel and Convention Centre, packed with more than 300 people...
Kinder Morgan Pipeline Opponents Call on Trudeau to Overhaul Regulatory Board
As regulatory hearings begin around a controversial oil pipeline expansion project in British Columbia, indigenous protesters are calling on Canada’s prime minister to follow throu...
Climate Change Could Devastate First Nation Fisheries in British Columbia: Study
The effects of climate change are going to have a devastating effect on coastal British Columbia First Nations within the next few decades, according to a new scientific report...
British Columbia Pledges $3 Million to Highway of Tears Safety
When Ramona Wilson went missing more than 21 years ago, hitchhiking along the cold open road of Highway 16 in Northwest British Columba was, for some, the only way to get from town...
First Nations and 70 Others Say No to LNG Tankers in Sensitive B.C. Waters
The First Nation that became known last May for turning down a $1 billion offer to site a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on their territory has been joined by 70 indigenous l...
Nuu-chah-nulth Call for Emergency Equipment, Training After Fatal Boat Sinking
When disaster strikes on British Columbia’s “wild West Coast,” First Nations with intimate knowledge of coastal waters have typically been at the forefront of rescue efforts...
Ahousaht First Nation Leads Rescue of Passengers From Capsized B.C. Whale-Watching Boat
Ahousaht First Nation members were at the forefront of rescue efforts when a whale-watching boat capsized off the Vancouver Island town of Tofino on October 25, killing at least fi...
Global Gathering Highlights Indigenous Tourism’s Enormous Promise
A fierce Maori man, his body a tangle of tattoos and clad only in a loincloth, stood in front of a Squamish First Nation chief wearing a feather headdress...
10 Indigenous Candidates Elected to Canadian Parliament, a Record
Jody Wilson-Raybould, former regional chief of the Assembly of First Nations, won handily in her voting district in Vancouver, one of 10 indigenous candidates who gained office in ...
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