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Mexico Quake Kills 3 in Guerrero State, Rattles Nation's Capital
December 11, 2011
Three people are reported dead in Mexico's Guerrero state in a 6.5-magnitude earthquake that rattled residents from Acapulco to Mexico City...
Two Killed in NWT Air Tindi Cessna Crash; Two Lutsel K’e Passengers Survive
October 05, 2011
An Air Tindi plane with four people aboard crashed outside the First Nation community of Lutsel K’e in the Northwest Territories, killing two, on Tuesday October 4...
Widespread Heartbreak as Flight 6560 Victims Identified
August 24, 2011
A leading scientist. Two inseparable sisters, torn asunder at ages six and seven. A man flying on his 49th birthday, en route from his sister’s funeral...
Military on Hand for Arctic Sovereignty Exercises Helped Save Crash Victims
August 21, 2011
Canadian authorities are investigating what made a Boeing 737 from an Inuit-owned airline slam into a hill just short of Resolute Bay’s airport on August 20, killing 12...
Slave Lake and First Nation Residents Return
May 27, 2011
The Government of Alberta started allowing Slave Lake’s 7,000 residents back into town on May 27, nearly two weeks after wildfires destroyed 40 percent of it...
Poarch Tribe Donates $500,000 to Tornado Relief
May 11, 2011
When tornadoes cut a deadly swathe through northwestern Alabama last month, the Poarch Creek Band of Creek Indians Tribe (Muskogee) stood ready to help ...
Unscathed Poarch Creek Indians Reach Out to Tornado-stricken Alabama
April 28, 2011
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians (Muskogee), in southeastern Alabama, escaped tornado devastation but stood ready on Thursday to help those whose lives have been ripped to shreds...
Ecological Disaster: Fuel Spill Kills Thousands of Goldstream Salmon
May 01, 2011
A fuel spill along the Goldstream River on Vancouver Island in mid-April may have killed much of the young salmon in several First Nations fisheries, and authorities are still inve...
Traditional Knowledge Informs of Japan-Style Earthquake Danger Off U.S., Canada
March 11, 2012
As Japan looks back on the one-year anniversary of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that leveled a northern region last March 11, Canada is looking ahead...
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Tornadoes Slice Through Midwest, Threatening Indian Country
Oklahoma Tornado Survivor Reunites With Missing Dog During Live Interview
Oklahoma Tornado Destroyed 20 Indian Families’ Homes; Tribes Mobilize Relief
Truck Carrying Oversize Drilling Equipment Hits Interstate 5 Bridge Support Beams, Span Collapses
President Obama to Oklahoma: Every Resource Is at Your Disposal
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