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SLU Removes Statue of Priest and Natives
Cops Arrest Native Americans Much More
UNDRIP Legislation Fails in Canada
Underground Wine CAVE Offers 480 Wines
Jewell Visits Riverside Indian School
Mashpee Nine: Fight for Tribal Justice
Connecting Youth and Sacred Places
School Says Native Can Keep Hair Long
Indian Wars Must End Now
Going 60 Without a Driver’s License
Tribes Cope With Floods in Oklahoma
Trauma May Be Woven Into DNA
First Native Astronaut Speaks at Hopi
Sandler Not Only One Stereotyping
EPA Clean Water Rule Draws Fire
Farewell Party for Houser's Footprints
Riding Rodeo With MS
Ever Heard of 'Throatboxing'?
Repatriated Remains Reburied in Michigan
BIA’s Extreme Rubber Stamping
Thing About Skins
Widespread Heartbreak as Flight 6560 Victims Identified
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
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...
12 Killed in First Air Crash in Resolute Bay; 3 Survive
A First Air plane carrying 15 people from Yellowknife to Resolute Bay has crashed near its destination airport, killing 12 and injuring three, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police sai...
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...
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