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Pope Francis and Prime Minister Stephen Harper Talk Truth and Reconciliation at Vatican
June 11 is the anniversary of the 2008 apology issued to First Nations, Métis and Inuit by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for Canada’s boarding school era...
‘Together We Must Heal’: Indigenous Peoples in Canada React to Ottawa Shooting
From First Nations in Ontario to the far northern reaches of Nunavut, in Inuit territory, Indigenous Peoples offered condolences and support for the victims in the October 22 shoot...
Canada Reels in Shock and Grief as Murdered Soldier Identified and Harper Condemns Attack
Canada reeled in shock and grief at the fatal shooting of a soldier at the National War Monument in Ottawa on October 22, as Prime Minister Stephen Harper condemned the attack...
Video: Canada's Apology on Residential Schools Rings Hollow, AFN Says
As Indigenous Peoples in Canada marked the sixth anniversary of the historic apology by Prime Minister Stephen Harper over the country’s residential schools program, aboriginal lea...
Bloomberg News Chronicles Keystone XL Delays as Harper Dubs Obama ‘Frustrator-in-Chief’
Canada’s first hint of trouble over the Keystone XL pipeline came as far back as 2011, the first time that President Barack Obama got on the phone with Prime Minister Stephen Harpe...
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall to Visit Canada in May
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will pay Canada a visit in May, Governor General David Johnston has announced...
Open Letter Blasts Canada's Refusal to Convene National Missing-Women Inquiry
The United Nations Human Rights Council has recommended that Canada convene a national inquiry into the deaths and disappearances of aboriginal women, and Prime Minister Steven Har...
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...
Cabinet Shuffle Puts Aboriginal Leona Aglukkaq in Charge of Canada's Environment Ministry
Canada’s health minister has become the country’s environment minister in a cabinet shuffle that puts the panel’s only aboriginal minister into one of the government’s most sensiti...
First Nations Claim Coercion as Harper Makes Aid Contingent on Legislation Support
David P. Ball
Numerous First Nation bands are alleging that the federal government is threatening them with loss of funding for essential services if they do not, in essence, endorse controversi...
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