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Killing Wolves to Save Caribou
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Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
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Barona Murder Suspect Released
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First Nation Girl Who Refused Chemo for Leukemia Laid to Rest; Debate Rages on Care
The death of an 11-year-old First Nation girl of leukemia who relapsed a few months after foregoing chemotherapy has sparked a coroner’s investigation along with grief...
Canada’s Ferguson: Maclean's Slams Indigenous Race Relations in Winnipeg
Branding Winnipeg Canada’s most racist city, the country’s most influential newsmagazine has put indigenous relations front and center, declaring them worse than the U.S.’s relatio...
Tour for Humanity Mobile Bus Teaches Tolerance and History
The Tour for Humanity, created by the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies , uses state-of-the-art technology to teach about intolerance and hate...
Hupacasath First Nation Loses Court Bid to Stop Canada-China Investment Treaty
The Canadian Federal Court of Appeal has struck down a B.C...
Canadian Banks Chasing Economic Boom in Aboriginal Market
Canadian banks are chasing billions of dollars right into aboriginal communities...
Former Tsuu T’ina Nation Chief Gordon Crowchild Walks On
Gordon Crowchild was a well-known leader, a family man, and a respected rodeo pro, reports the Calgary Herald . Crowchild was the chief of the Tsuu T’ina Nation from 1968 to 1976...
Four Native Culinary Geniuses: Meet the Masters, Part 3
Welcome to the third installation of indigenous top-chef profiles...
Aboriginal Education and Rights Leader Marie Smallface Marule Walks On
She was the first woman from the Blood Reserve to earn a post-secondary education, graduating from the University of Alberta in 1966 with a Bachelor’s Degree in sociology and anthr...
'Got Land' Hoodies, Sealfies and Missing Women: 10 Stories of Indigenous Note in Canada for 2014
Among other landmarks in a significant year for Indigenous Peoples in Canada, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a First Nation’s title to its land and the Assembly of First Natio...
Mandamin Scholarship Deadline Approaching, Check Out This Year’s Winners
The eight students selected for the Leonard S...
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