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Wallace Ben: Sand Painter, Medicine Man
Nine Women Vying to Be Crowned Miss Nat
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Video: Inuit Woman Plucks Bird on Subway
Four-Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety
Morris Named Director of ASU’s AIPI
Surfing’s Hidden Roots in Peru
Giraffe Dies on South Africa Highway
Sonny Sixkiller Buys the Redskins
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Aping Human Violence; Virginian Values
Nonprofit Needs School Supply Donations
Pow Wow Weekend Planner August 1-3
Long Walk: Hiking the Path of the Navajo
Navajo Nation Stops Uranium Mining Deal
Chickasaw Cultural Center Celebrates 4
Native Mascots Harm Youth Every Day
The Immigration Crisis Is a Sham
Video: Alaska Is Melting
On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Thing About Skins
Valentine’s Day Pact with Inuit Firm Gives Jericho Diamond Mine Second Chance
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
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
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
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 ...
Harper and Obama Talk Oil Sands Pipeline, Border Security
Border security topped the agenda for President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper when they met in early February...
TRC to Gather International Expertise for Research Center
Germany. South Africa. Guatemala. Argentina. Serbia/Croatia. Each of these countries has been through its share of painful history, repression and attempts at redemption...
B.C. Chiefs Blast Conditions Outlined in Infant-death Report
Aboriginal leaders and other officials were expressing shock, sorrow and anger last week at continuing conditions that contributed to the deaths of 21 infants over a two-year perio...
Elders on Par with Teachers in Nunavut Schools
It’s traditional to honor elders as keepers of knowledge. However, nowadays many cultures seem to have lost that perspective, celebrating the young and dismissing the old...
Montreal Aboriginal Shelter Seeks Support
The homeless shelter and community outreach center for aboriginals who find themselves in the Montreal area, Projets Autochtones du Québec (PAQ), is seeking donations of anything f...
Cleanest Mussels Found in Nunavik
Nunavik, the northern region of Quebec, offers the highest grade and cleanest mussels in the world, according to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Microbiology , reporte...
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Toronto Program Helps Female Indigenous Ex-Inmates Heal and Regain Their Pride
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