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Animators Take on the Racist Redskins
'Indian' Johnny Depp: Is He or Isn't He?
Galena, Alaska, Nearly Wiped Off the Map
Sequester an Opportunity for Natives?
Grooming Bristol Bay Fishing Guides
School Delays Plan to Change Redskins
Online Indigenous Peoples Law Program
NIGA Remembers Former Rosebud President
Why Is the Chicago Blackhawks Logo Okay?
Hickory Ground Activists Going to Court
Arctic Drums and Dreams
New Fire Chief at Mashantucket
Choctaw Days Cultural Festival
The Edward Snowden Case
The Fight for Veronica, Part Five
The Week That Was
Caravan for Treaty Comes Full Circle
Father's Day Pow Wow Videos
The Daddy I Remember
Undergrad Researches Language Learning
Things About Skins
Canadian Mohawks Get $500,000 from VIA Rail for Education and Capital Improvements
April 12, 2011
Capital projects and education both will benefit from a $500,000 investment that VIA Rail is making with the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, in Ontario, whose rail line runs through ...
Truth and Reconciliation Meeting Tonight in Inuvik, NWT
March 28, 2011
Inuvik is next on the travel agenda of Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) members, as they meet with residents on Monday March 28 to prepare for the National Event being hos...
The First Pocahontas May Have Been a Viking
March 24, 2011
Genes from the Beotuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has revea...
AFN Chief: Federal Budget Does Not Deliver for First Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
March 24, 2011
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut-Atleo is calling for a new funding approach from the federal government that would ensure equitable opportunity, stability ...
Baffin Island Maps Its Sea Ice
March 21, 2011
Arctic sea ice is as much a partner in daily Inuit life as the people themselves, and now a new online, interactive atlas is charting the permutations of that ice, accompanied by e...
Human Rights Tribunal Dismisses Discrimination Complaint; First Nations to Appeal
March 16, 2011
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Monday dismissed a 2007 case alleging that First Nations children were being discriminated against by discrepancies in funding between federal...
Truth and Reconciliation Commission Northern Hearings Begin Today
March 14, 2011
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) starts its tour of the north today, arriving in the community of Inukjuak, in northern Quebec, to gather testimony from former st...
Anthropology Student Draws Parallels Between Murdered Women in Canada, Mexico
March 15, 2011
Canada is increasingly being forced to pay attention to the murder and disappearance of hundreds of aboriginal women over the past several years, cases that stand apart because the...
Mackenzie Pipeline Gets Canadian Cabinet Approval
March 12, 2011
Long-awaited federal approval has been granted for the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline, part of the Mackenzie Gas Project, ConocoPhillips announced on March 11...
Canada's Best and Brightest Shine at Aboriginal Achievement Awards
March 11, 2011
From a media CEO to acclaimed artists, health-care innovators and researchers, the Canada’s National Aboriginal Achievement Awards are poised to recognize the best and the brightes...
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