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Native America Is at a Crossroads
EPA: Collaborating for Change
Suicide Chronicles: Part 1 of 5
'Privilege,' a Magazine for the Arrogant
Pedophile Priest Convicted in Nunavut
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:w
Red Lake Is County Absentee Voting Site
Cobell Payments Have Been Mailed
Crowdsourcing Helped Build New Diné App
SāvOn Convenience Stores Open in NY
Will Scotland Go independent?
Bear Bite Likely Cause of Utah Man's Dea
Damming Indians: Dancing Against Shasta
The True Story of the Mashco-Piro
Mascots, Termination ... Domination
Cherokee Art Market Boasts 150 Artists
Video: Deep-Sea Creature Looks Unreal
Native Seahawks Mask to Come to Seattle
Tribe to Break Ground on Health Facility
DNA Says Seals and Sea Lions Brought TB
Thing About Skins
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...
Students Help Alzheimer Patients
N’Amerind Friendship Centre , a First Nations Canadian organization that serves aboriginal communities in London, Ontario, is partnering with the Alzheimer Society of London and Mi...
Canadian Human Rights Act to Allow On-reserve First Nations to File Anti-discrimination Claims
First Nations citizens living on reserve will soon be able to file discrimination complaints through the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA), and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian...
Tsilhqot’in Helen Haig-Brown Splashes at Sundance
When Helen Haig-Brown and six fellow aboriginal filmmakers were asked to make short films for the 10th anniversary of the ImagiNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, they each received...
Students Tell Saanich Myths Through Computer Animation
It’s a Saanich myth familiar to many in this First Nations community: The creator turns Ciye, a woman picking blueberries, into a blue bird...
Caribou and Lynx Studies Net C$1 Million in Grants
North American lynx populations and caribou herds are on the agenda for two Trent University researchers receiving grants of about C$500,000 each from the Natural Sciences and Engi...
TransCanada Former CEO to Head Alberta Oil Sands Panel
Hal Kvisle, who was TransCanada Corp.’s chief executive officer until last year, is one of the new leaders of the Alberta government’s new oil sands environmental monitoring panel,...
Mussels Served Cold, Under Ice—at Low Tide
Urban and suburban supermarkets have those contests where you win as much stuff as you can cram into your cart in half an hour as you race through the aisles...
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Remnants of Sacred Rock Destroyed in the 60s Discovered Underwater
Science Catches Up With Inuit Oral History, 'Discovering' Ancient Paleo-Eskimos
'Am I Next?' Indigenous Women in Canada Ask Social Media
Canada Approves China Investment Treaty While First Nations Consent Issue Still in Court
Pedophile Ex-Priest Convicted on 24 Counts, Including Bestiality; Inuit Victims Vindicated
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