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Elijah Harper Lies in State in Manitoba
Struggle for Land Rights in Chile
Upper Sioux Elder Tom Ross Walks On
Elijah Harper Walks On
Michelle Thrush, Misty Upham in Cannes
If Jupiter and Saturn Filled the Sky
5 Natural Pest Deterrents for the Garden
BIA’s Charles Addington Award Finalist
Rez Ball Is Big Time in Navajo Nation
Crossing the Dental Divide
Shari Sebbens of 'The Sapphires'
Remains Returned to Mother Earth
Chiefs Walk Out of Keystone XL Meeting
Great Plains Chiefs Against Keystone XL
ACLU Joins Indigenous Prisoners Struggle
Showcase for Model Tribal Housing
Cherokee To Run Largest Tribal Wind Farm
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Watch Jill Biden's Commencement Address
Things About Skins
First Nations Agency Goes to Court over Child Welfare Shortcomings
March 01, 2011
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada appealed to the courts on Monday to force the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to face charges that it “racially discrimin...
Canadian Government Invests C$2 Million to Combat Violence Against Aboriginal Women
February 26, 2011
With the unsolved murders and disappearances of hundreds of aboriginal women languishing in cold-case files across Canada, the federal government is giving C$2 million to the Nativ...
Packed House at Winnipeg Residential Schools Conference
February 23, 2011
More than 2,500 people are packed into a three-day conference under way in Winnipeg that is exploring the generational effects of Canada’s residential schools system on the aborigi...
Canada Supreme Court to Hear Landmark B.C. Fishing-rights Case
February 19, 2011
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear the landmark fishing-rights case of the Lax Kw’alaams band near Prince Rupert, the Vancouver Sun reported on February 17...
Children Dying While Predators Roam Free
August 11, 2010
Part 2 of 5 VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Convicted sexual predator Martin Tremblay is still roaming free after two teenage girls died in March—one at his home—after being given a le...
Caught Between Two Cultures
February 16, 2011
In this video from TVO , Ontario's public educational media organization, Cheryl Jackson of TVO Parents discusses the problems that indigenous children face when they enter the sch...
Valentine’s Day Pact with Inuit Firm Gives Jericho Diamond Mine Second Chance
February 14, 2011
After a few years of heartache, the first Inuit-owned mining development company has inked a deal to rekindle the Jericho diamond mine, the Nunatsiaq News reported on Valentine’s D...
Canada Reconsidering Métis-definition Contract
February 13, 2011
Canada’s government is receiving so much flack over its contracting with an independent standard-setting firm to compile a list of Métis identifying criteria that it is now reviewi...
Ontario Scraps Lake Wind-power Plans
February 12, 2011
The Star is reporting that the Ontario provincial government has halted its march toward wind power built on lakes, citing environmental concerns...
Métis to Government: We’ll Determine Our Own Identity, Thank You
February 14, 2011
Métis leaders are outraged that the Canadian government has outsourced the task of compiling criteria under which descendants of fur traders settlers and First Nations peoples can ...
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Respected Elder and Chief Margaret Pictou LaBillois Walks On
The Challenge of Mixed-Blood Nations
Making a Northern Scene: Indigenous Artists Take Over Ottawa
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