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Innu Leader Ties Churchill Hydropower Project Shutdown to Action on Youth Solvent Addiction
It starts with gasoline, readily available to children on this remote, fly-in-only Innu nation powered largely by generators...
Better Dead Than Alive? 'The Inconvenient Indian' Takes a Seriously Funny Look at Native History
Indians are most "inconvenient" when they are … alive...
Hunters Slaughter Sacred White Moose; Mi’kmaq Outraged, Mourning
The white moose had wandered the woods near Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, for years, sacred to the Mi’kmaq and thus undisturbed...
Reconciliation Week Brings Out 70,000 Marchers, Honors Residential School Survivors in Canada
David P. Ball
A day after national residential school abuse hearings wrapped up in Vancouver, B.C., tens of thousands of people sprawled through the city's downtown, calling for a new relationsh...
Thousands Gather Worldwide at More Than 200 Vigils for Indigenous Women Missing or Murdered in Canada
Across Canada today, thousands are gathering to honor the legions of indigenous women whose murders or disappearances have gone unsolved...
Database for Aboriginal Businesses Launches in Canada
A new database is making it easier to search for aboriginal business across Canada...
Canadian Scandal Interrupts Parliament and Reschedules James Anaya’s Visit
Gale Courey Toensing
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s decision to prorogue—or discontinue—Parliament’s current session has forced James Anaya, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right...
Powwow Signals University Is Headed for Bright Future
The First Nations University of Canada celebrated 10 years of growth by holding a traditional powwow to mark the number of years since the university changed its name from Saskatch...
Aboriginal Call for Full Control of Resources in Canada Based on UNDRIP
The next step in the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is to give them full control over whether resource development projects ta...
I Can't Go Back There! Are Genetics to Blame for Back-to-School Jitters?
With parents sending kids back to school the last couple of weeks, maybe they noticed they have been more anxious...
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Residential School Survival Drama ‘Healing Winds’ Takes Grand Prize at Montreal First Peoples Festival
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