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Old Guard Soldiers Honor Fallen
Navajo's ‘Mother Justice’ Walked On
20 Indian Homes Destroyed in Oklahoma
First Native Tewaaraton Award Finalist
Cherokees, USDA Consider Meat Processing
Obama's Prayer for Permanent Peace
23rd Annual Zuni Festival of Arts
Washburn Announces Patchak Patch Plan
I'm Not Your Indian Anymore: The AIM
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Open Letter to the FIL General Assembly
Best Indian Food 2013: Red Chile Stew
Memorial Day at the Chickasaw Center
New Trial for Rios Montt
MBDA Announces Grant Competition
10 Tribes Get Clean-Energy Assistance
Honoring Our Fallen Warriors
Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories
Cherokee Fading Voices Demonstration Day
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Saskatchewan University's Indigenous Studies Portal Celebrates 25,000th Record
January 28, 2011
On January 25th, the University of Saskatchewan Library celebrated the 25,000th live record on the Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal), NationTalk reported...
Animated Videos Keep Aboriginal Languages Alive
January 26, 2011
Tshakapesh is back!...
Saskatchewan-Japan Clean Coal Deal
January 26, 2011
Saskatchewan and Japan will collaborate on clean coal, carbon capture and storage, the Winnipeg Free Press reported on Jan. 25 ...
North American First Nations Tournament of Champions Stays Put
January 25, 2011
The North American First Nations Tournament of Champions is a men's recreational hockey tournament open to any First Nation hockey team across the United States and Canada...
Beloved Inuit Leader Kusugak Mourned Across Canada
January 31, 2011
The Inuit and their fellow Canadians are mourning a champion of land-claim, linguistic and cultural rights in Jose Kusugak, who died of cancer on Jan. 18 at age 60...
Métis Filmmaker’s Second Trip to Sundance
January 24, 2011
Flush from the Toronto International Film Festival’s showing of Wapawekka , Métis filmmaker Danis Goulet has brought the 16-minute short to the Sundance Film Festival, where it is ...
High Proportion of Aboriginals in Canadian Prisons
January 23, 2011
As many as 70 percent of convicts serving jail time in Canada are aboriginal, even though they comprise just 12 percent of the population, the Toronto Sun reported ...
Preemie Seals Paradox Puzzling Researchers
January 22, 2011
Seals are being born prematurely in the Canadian Arctic, and pups are washing up dead on beaches in Labrador. A scientist says the phenomena may be linked...
Arsenic Near Quinsam Mine Causing Concern
January 20, 2011
Environmental groups, concerned about arsenic levels in the sediment of Long Lake, have asked British Columbia officials to conduct a full environmental review of the Quinsam Mine ...
Mohawk Energy to Distribute Efficiency to Fellow First Nations
January 19, 2011
Ontario-based Mohawk Energy of the First Nations has netted an exclusive contract as distributor of products made by renewable-energy company Next Alternative Inc., which has offic...
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Sacred Pow Wow Grounds Desecrated
Respected Elder and Chief Margaret Pictou LaBillois Walks On
The Challenge of Mixed-Blood Nations
Making a Northern Scene: Indigenous Artists Take Over Ottawa
Climate Change: Arctic Ocean Is Acidifying Fast, Study Shows
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