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Sister Act: Kiowa Artists Keri Ataumbi
Chevron Won't Drill in Beaufort Sea
Yakama Nation Sues U.S. Army Corps
Chickasaw QB Headed to Cotton Bowl
Checking In With Miss NTU
Indigenous Clash With Police in Brazil
BAAITS to Celebrate Fourth Pow Wow
Police: Native Man Shot Up to Five Times
Cooking: How About Holiday Appetizers
Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
Not too Late to Vaccinate for the Flu
Alaska Native Attends CDP Training
10 Things To Know About Your Rights
Sovereignty: The Big Winner in Cuba Deal
The Week That Was
Youth Project Hosts Grad Ceremony
NMAI Profile: Paulette Jordan
Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
A Decorated Veteran Honored
Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
Thing About Skins
Métis Hero Louis Riel Commemorated on Anniversary of Execution for Treason
He founded Manitoba but would be executed as a traitor...
Winnipeg’s First Aboriginal Mayor Takes Office
Winnipeg, Manitoba has the highest indigenous population of any city in Canada, and as of Tuesday November 4 it has its first-ever aboriginal mayor...
Métis in Canada Demand Harper Meeting as Court Upholds Status Ruling
David P. Ball
In the wake of a Métis rights case 15 years in the making being vindicated by Canada's highest appeals court, the president of the Métis National Council has called on Prime Minist...
Jim Sinclair, Champion of Aboriginal Rights, Walks On
Saskatchewan elder Jim Sinclair lost his battle with cancer on Friday, November 9. He was 79. Sinclair was born in 1933 in Punnichy, Saskatchewan ...
Canada's Newest National Treasure: Naats'ihch'oh National Park Reserve
A new national park announced by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on August 22 not only includes aboriginal stewardship as a cornerstone but also guarantees the preservation of a majo...
Métis Musician Donny Parenteau Performs at Rideau Hall and on Parliament Hill for National Celebrations
Donny Parenteau was somewhat skeptical at first when organizers of an Ottawa concert asked him whether he could be available for three days even though he was performing on just on...
A Conversation With 16-year-old Metis Folk-Rocker Cassidy Mann
Cassidy Mann is barely old enough to have a driver's license, but that hasn’t prevented her from becoming an Aboriginal People's Choice Music Award-nominated Folk/Rock musician...
Aboriginal Attorney and Group Withdraw from Pickton Inquiry
The last shreds of credibility of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry are in question and aboriginal interests are now barely represented after two significant withdrawals from...
Métis Leader Clement Chartier Wins Diamond Jubilee Medal
Métis National Council (MNC) President Clement Chartier is among 60 winners of the inaugural Diamond Jubilee Awards, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's access...
Louis Riel Graphic Novel Is Part of E-Book Revolution
There seem to be a rash of graphic novels out lately, and more are on the horizon. And now, they seem to be following their texty cousins into the digital realm...
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