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The Colossus of Chamberlain, SD
Native Designer, Artist Opens Boutique
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention
Native Leaders Appointed to Positions
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Love of the Game; Hope of the People
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old
Crime and Violence in Indian Country
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A Tribe Called Red in 'Gambler' Trailer
Painful Austerity Ahead
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Bethany Yellowtail Launches Site
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'Real Life Indian' to Defeat Stereotypes
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Thing About Skins
Blackhawk Down: Is this Logo Offensive?
The name of the team, the Thorold Blackhawks, is not necessarily an issue, but its logo, which looks like the caricature of a scrunched up face of a Native American, tippy toes int...
'Walking in Their Shoes' Métis Artist Christi Belcourt Wins Major Award for Works
Christi Belcourt, the Métis artist who created the stirring moccasin tribute to missing and murdered indigenous women, will receive the 2014 Ontario Arts Council Aboriginal Arts Aw...
AIAI Reelects Gordon Peters and Denise Stonefish to Top Chief Positions
The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) has reelected two longstanding leaders to new three-year terms at its 45th Annual General Assembly...
Grassy Narrows Blockade to Resume if Logging Operation Starts
Gale Courey Toensing
Assembly of First Nations Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy has called for an immediate blockade of logging operations if the Ontario government’s plan to allow clear-cutting of m...
Saugeen Ojibwe and U.S. Politicians Oppose Nuclear Waste Burial Near Lake Huron
A controversial proposal to bury nuclear waste a half mile from Lake Huron’s shoreline in Ontario is proceeding over indigenous objections in a plan that has repercussions on both ...
Contaminated Tribe: Hormone-Blocking Chemicals Found in First Nation Families
Mothers and children of a First Nations tribe living in one of Canada’s most industrialized regions are highly exposed to estrogen-blocking chemicals, according to a new study...
Ontario Ojibwe Rally to Battle Wind-Farm Plans on Sacred Nor'Wester Mountains
Horizon Wind Inc.’s plans for a wind farm atop the Nor’Wester Mountain Range in Ojibwe traditional territory are under fire from opponents who fear the development will violate sac...
Relive the Triumph of the Nishiyuu Walkers in Video
More than a month after the Nishiyuu walkers marched triumphantly into Ottawa from the northern reaches of Ontario, they are continuing to inspire...
Anishinaabe Men Blocked From Renouncing Status Under 'Apartheid' Indian Act
David P. Ball
Two Anishinaabe men attempting to renounce their Indian Status under Canada's controversial Indian Act are being rebuffed by the Canadian government...
View from Seneca Casino: Tightrope Artist Practices to Walk Across the Gorge of Niagara Falls
Wallenda, seventh generation circus performer and a 32-year-old faher of three, will walk the 1,800 feet across the gorge of Niagara Falls, while balancing on a two-inch-diameter s...
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