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Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Climate Change Forces Tribe to Move
Study Brings the Makah Closer to Whaling
Rape Survivors’ Stories in Full FORCE
Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
Laid-back Vibe of the Redlands Powwow
'You Damn Redskin!' Surviving an Attack
Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
Jury Rules Against Vern Traversie
Thing About Skins
Vancouver Ponders Aboriginal Mini School
Imagine attending high school in a foreign land where you do not understand the customs, and no one understands you...
Michelle Latimer Gets Sundance Nod
Canadian actress and producer Michelle Latimer has added another epithet to her list of accomplishments: winner of honorable mention for indigenous shorts at the 2011 Sundance Film...
Canada: Aboriginal Storytelling Month
According to University of Saskatchewan's Indigenous Studies Portal blog , the Aboriginal Storytelling Month is kicking off on February 1, 2011...
Assembly of First Nations: Virtual Summit for Students and Educators
Today, Assembly of First Nations is holding an online “Virtual Summit” on post-secondary education...
Pedophile Teacher’s Victims Receive $15 Million
Belgian priest Eric Dejaeger was not the only pedophile to plague northern communities in decades past...
Saskatchewan University's Indigenous Studies Portal Celebrates 25,000th Record
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
Tshakapesh is back!...
Saskatchewan-Japan Clean Coal Deal
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
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
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...
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