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Football Invented When Indian Wars Waned
Choctaw Elder Shares Her Stories
NMAI Profile: Brian Cladoosby
Help for Domestic Violence Victims
Escaping Domestic Violence: Armitage
Politics, Family and the Cosmic Order
Prosecute Hockey Game Hooligans
Juneau Schools Nix 'Distorted' Books
Yellowstone River Oil Spill Still Icy
Symposium to Bring Native Scholars
Yocha Dehe Citizens Elect Officials
GOP Clown Car Crashes the Coronation?
Snoqualmie Tribe Grants Super Bowl Wish
What Is It Good For? War Dept. at MoCNA
10 Native College Hoopsters Making Plays
Top Ten Signs You May Be Native
Louisiana Tribes Battle Rising Waters
RES Returns to Las Vegas
Luger: Finding Strength With Yoga
Thing About Skins
Qikiqtani Inuit Association Wants Ottawa to Apologize for Dog Slaughter
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA), an organization representing the Inuit from the Baffin Region, High Arctic and Belcher Islands, is calling on Ottawa to follow the Quebec gov...
Quebec Takes Responsibility and Pays $3 Million Redress for 1950s and 60s Inuit Dog Slaughter
The Inuit of Quebec will receive $3 million in compensation from the provincial government for the harm caused to their way of life by the slaughter of up to 1,000 sled dogs, or qi...
Miss Nunavut to Compete in Miss Canada International
Passionate about suicide prevention and sporting Inuit-made fashion, Malaya Qaunirq Chapman is in Toronto in search of not just the title of Miss Canada International but also with...
The scene, in an unnamed place in the Arctic Circle, is just one of many scattered throughout Canada's north...
Toronto Schools Promote Multicultural Teaching and Learning
In 2006, the ambitious Model Schools for Inner Cities program (MSIC) was implemented by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...
Conservatives Take Majority and Ride to Victory; Aboriginals Concerned
Surprises abounded in Canada’s May 2 general election: Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party, trounced from its minority-ruling status by a no-confidence vote in late ...
Jordin Tootoo Changed His Life, Then His Game
Jordin Tootoo, a forward for the Nashville Predators who became the NHL's first Inuit player when he made his debut with the team in October 2003, is in the best shape of his life...
Nunavik Nixes Regional Government Proposal in Referendum
Nunavik voters in northern Quebec voted no to forming a regional government, the Nunatsiaq News reported on April 28...
Documentary Series Chronicles James Bay Treaty Negotiations
It’s an epic struggle, one that has gone on since 1971 between the Quebec government and the Cree and Inuit opponents of the largest hydroelectric project in the world: a plan to d...
AFN Urges Government to 'Close the Gap' in Indigenous, Non-indigenous Health Care
Gale Courey Toensing
World TB Day has come and gone, but the high rate of tuberculosis among First Nations, Inuit and Métis citizens remains...
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