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Crow Reservation in Shock at Murder of Good Samaritans by Stranded Motorist
A beloved Crow couple is dead, their seven children orphaned and a daughter wounded when the three were shot by a stranded motorist they were assisting on the Montana reservation...
Flags at Half-Staff for Navajo Police Officer Alex Yazzie, Killed in the Line of Duty
Flags across Arizona are at half-mast today to honor Navajo Nation police officer and U.S. Marine Corp veteran Alex Yazzie, who was shot dead in the line of duty on March 19...
Navajo Nation Mourns Police Officer Killed in Line of Duty; Suspect Dead
The Navajo Nation is mourning the shooting death of a tribal police officer who was fatally wounded while responding to a domestic violence call...
Montreal Massacre’s 25th Anniversary Unites Canadians Against Violence Toward All Women
December 6, 2014, marks 25 years to the day since 14 engineering students were massacred in a dorm invasion in 1989 at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal, and across Canada, vigils ...
Indigenous Leaders Caution Against Racist Assumptions in Wake of Ottawa Shooting
As Corporal Nathan Cirillo was laid to rest on Tuesday October 28, days after being shot dead by a deranged gunman while standing guard at the National War Monument in Ottawa, Cana...
‘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...
Moncton Shooter Arrested, Grieving Begins for Canada and RCMP
A city and a nation were breathing a huge sigh of relief on June 6 as news spread that the shooter of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers had finally been arrested ...
Rambo-Like Gunman Who Killed 3 RCMP Officers Has Moncton, Canada on Lockdown
Condolences are streaming in at the death of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers in Moncton, New Brunswick, as the hunt for the camo-clad gunman who killed them con...
Cedarville Shooter Was Under FBI Probe Over Missing $50,000 in Federal Tribal Grants
Shooter Cherie Lash Rhoades was being investigated by the FBI for over $50,000 in missing grant money meant for the Cedarville Rancheria Tribe when she gunned down her brother, nie...
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