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Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
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Métis Hero Louis Riel Commemorated on Anniversary of Execution for Treason
He founded Manitoba but would be executed as a traitor...
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...
Making a Northern Scene: Indigenous Artists Take Over Ottawa
Beginning this evening, April 25, and running to May 4, Canada’s National Arts Centre in Ottawa will present Northern Scene, the sixth in a series of biennial national Scene festiv...
Jubilation and Celebration as Métis Mark Massive Land Claims Court Victory
From the verdict's announcement in Ottawa, to the jubilation at the airport in Winnipeg, the Métis spent this past weekend celebrating the validation of their 143-year-old land cla...
NAHO Snuffed in Fed Funding Cuts, Amid Governance Issues
Amid talk of governance issues, the closure of the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) by virtue of $200 million in Health Canada cuts is causing consternation among Fir...
Métis Honor Anniversary of Landmark Rights Decision
On September 19, 2003, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Métis, as a distinct aboriginal group, had legal harvesting rights...
Aboriginal Tributes Pour in for Layton as Thousands Pay Respects in Ottawa and Toronto
When he stepped down to battle cancer in June, New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton promised he would return to Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
Métis Lend Support to Chile’s Besieged Rapa Nui Nation
Conflict between the Rapa Nui Nation, on what is known as Easter Island, and the Chilean government has escalated over the past year, and earlier this month Métis leader Clement Ch...
Ontario Boosting Métis Economic Development to the Tune of Millions
Ontario’s government has put $30 million behind an initiative to assist in the economic development of the Métis of the province...
Canada’s Aboriginal Leaders Making Their Issues Heard
Gale Courey Toensing
First Nations, Métis and Inuit are going all-out during this campaign season to bring attention to their important issues and change the way the Canadian government addresses them...
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