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2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
5 Prescient Aboriginal Women Leaders
Daylight Savings Time Looms This Weekend
CRYP Teaching Organic Gardening Program
It’s International Women’s Day
NMAI Profile: Orvena “Twiggy” Gregory
Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
BuzzerBeater Lands High Schooler on ESPN
Oklahoma Gov's Daughter Wears Headdress
Shocker: Tar Sands Fumes Underreported
SDSU Tribal Relations Director Moves Up
Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
How Did I Miss That?
Jade Willoughby Does NY Fashion Week
100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Thing About Skins
Inuit Fashion Online
Inuit chic, anyone?...
Oldest Birchbark Canoe Returning Home This Year
This year Canada could see the repatriation of what may be the world’s oldest birchbark canoe--found in a storage barn, dating back 250 years, the tattered vessel is slated to be r...
Manitoba Bid Good-bye to Aboriginal Activist in 2010
With the close of 2010, Manitoba bid a final fond farewell to aboriginal activist Mary Richards, a Métis who died in September at age 70 from complications after a kidney transplan...
No Running Water? Day Care Center Wants to Help
Following a Winnipeg Free Press investigative series on the lack of running water on northern Manitoba reserves, several groups in the province's capital are pitching in...
Canada’s Aboriginals Hold Leaders Accountable
Canada’s first nations are working within their own ranks to make leaders accountable for their salaries and their governing practices more transparent in general, the The Victoria...
AFN Renews Agreements
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has signed agreements with both the Canadian YMCA and the Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO) that the groups hope will bring more pr...
Halfmile Mine Moving Ahead
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AFN Chief Hails Canadian PM
Assembly of First Nations chief Shawn Atleo is hailing Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s offer to meet personally with the country’s Native leaders as a major step forward f...
Indian Affairs Calls Indian Act Council ‘Temporary Measure’
Camil Simard , director of negotiations, governance and individual affairs for the Quebec Region of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, spoke with Indian Country Today about the si...
Canadian Native TV Network Wins AI Journalism Award
The investigative journalism team at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) has won the 2010 Amnesty International Canada Human Rights Journalism Award for an in-depth re...
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