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Vigils for Murdered Inuit Student Loretta Saunders Held Across Canada, Scholarship Started
Vigils are taking place in 17 cities, and as far away as Norway, on Thursday March 27 for Loretta Saunders, an Inuk university student who was murdered in February and left beside ...
Body of Inuit Student Researching Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Found
The body of a missing Inuit woman who was herself researching the plight of missing and murdered indigenous women in New Brunswick has been found just days after her tenants were a...
Native American Smallpox Remedy Could Be Instrumental in Event of Bioterror Attack
In the late 1800s, it is believed that the Micmac Native Americans of Nova Scotia used an herbal remedy—a botanical infusion derived from a species of the pitcher plant—to treat sm...
Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq May Soon Be Self-governing
October is Mi’kmaq History Month in Nova Scotia, and fittingly, the province’s aboriginals could be about to make some: The Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia are on the verge of attaining com...
Morley Googoo Is New AFN Regional Chief for Nova Scotia–Newfoundland-Labrador
New AFN Regional Chief Morley Googoo What with national elections, the death of Osama bin Laden and other hubbub, the election of Morley Googoo as the Assembly of First Nations (AF...
First Nations Woman Chairs Order of Nova Scotia Council
Viola Robinson, a First Nations woman who has championed Mi’kmaq people and the advancement of aboriginal and treaty rights in Nova Scotia and Canada, is the new chair of the Order...
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