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21 Athletes Inducted to Hall of Fame
Bloody Roots of California's Vineyards
One Issue Ahead of Canada’s Election
Oneida Nation Offers Updated Technology
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Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
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Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths
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Pope Francis and Indigenous Peoples
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Thing About Skins
Developers Versus First Nations Over Heritage Conservation Laws in BC
The need for reform of heritage conservation laws in a British Columbia province has pitted the Sumas First Nation against a developer...
First Nations Chiefs Gather in Winnipeg to Elect New Leader
Down from a field of eight candidates in 2012, just three people—all men—are vying for the top spot at the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), the main political arm of the 634 First ...
Peel Watershed: Yukon Judge Sides With First Nations in Historic Ruling
First Nations in Yukon won a historic legal victory on Tuesday when a judge ruled that the Canadian territory’s government had overstepped its bounds in overriding a land-use plan ...
Klabona Keepers Ordered by Court to Stop Blocking Imperial Metals Mine
Stacked with Tahltan elders in the defense box, a British Columbian Supreme Court granted Imperial Metals’ Red Chris mine an indefinite injunction to prevent future blockades of it...
Winnipeg Woman Feeds Homeless Despite Her Poverty
A Native Winnipeg woman who prepares meals of bannock and soup and distributes clothes for the homeless needs a little help this holiday season...
Remembrance Day Strikes Deeply as Canada Honors Soldiers Slain at Home
An extra layer of poignancy and grief blanketed Canada this Remembrance Day as the nation commemorated not only those who had fallen in war but also marked the recent deaths of two...
Top 5 Cities in the World With the Most Indigenous People
Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, the urban center of choice for New Zealand’s Māoris, lies at the north end of North Island,where about 161,000 Māoris make up about 11 percent of th...
Top 5 Cities in Canada With the Most Indigenous People
David P. Ball
Some Canadians seem to think Indigenous Peoples mostly dwell in far-flung remote reserves...
Mother and Son Overcome Adversity to Earn Master’s Degrees Together
Wilfrid Laurier University
Convocation ceremonies are nothing new for Lila Bruyere and Shawn Johnston...
Columbus Need Not Apply: It’s ‘You’re Welcome Day’ in Canada, a.k.a. Thanksgiving
Canada dispenses with Columbus and dives right into Thanksgiving. Like the U.S. version, it is a celebration of harvest time...
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