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A Comprehensive Report on MMIW: The Curiously Different Tales of Violence against Indigenous Women On Both Sides of Turtle Island
Lisa J. Ellwood
Editor’s Note: Though the figures are not definite, currently there are an estimated 1,200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada. ICTMN Correspondent Lisa J...
'Because It's 2015': 9 Stories of Indigenous Triumph in Canada This Year
In 2015, what Indigenous Peoples in Canada had sought for years finally came to pass: A government willing to work with them and “reset the relationship,” a phrase that had become ...
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...
Canada Announces Long-Awaited Inquiry Into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women
The Canadian government will begin its long-sought-for inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls by meeting with victims’ family members, ministers have announce...
'A New Day in Canada': Justin Trudeau Addresses AFN, Makes History
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made history on December 8 by addressing the Assembly of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly, the first sitting leader to do so...
“Drill them to Hell and Back” Billboard To Be Changed in Face of Outrage
After a slew of complaints on social media, the owner of a Canadian oilfield services equipment company, BeDEVIL Enterprises Limited , has said his company will alter the sign...
Trudeau’s Mandate: 13 Instructions for Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
No sooner was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sworn in on November 4 than he named the most diverse cabinet in Canadian history, including two indigenous people, Jody Wilson-Raybould...
Justin Trudeau’s Mandates: Reconciliation, Compliance With U.N. Declaration and an MMIW Inquiry
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instructed his new minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett to do what First Nations, Métis and Inuit have been urging for year...
'Drill Them to Hell and Back' Billboard Spurs Outrage in Indian Country
A family-owned Canadian company BeDEVIL Enterprises Limited , is under fire on social media and online after posting what many consider to be an offensive billboard in Killiam, Alb...
Canada’s Missing and Murdered Women Is an Issue in the Coming Federal Election
A similar story was told across Canada this weekend: Too many Native women have gone missing or have been murdered...
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