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Concordia Will Soon Become First University in Quebec to Offer Indigenous Studies Degree
While Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec has offered a major in First Peoples studies since 2010, students can’t graduate with a degree in it until it’s approved by the Minis...
Elections 2012: A Native Legislator Saves Canada
How much political power does one person have? Well, one Native legislator’s vote forced Canada to consider indigenous rights during its debate over its constitution...
Fun and Frolic: Montreal First Peoples' Festival Brings Aboriginals and Non-Natives Together
MONTREAL—Drumbeats echoed, dancing filled the Place des Festivals, and children frolicked in the fountains...
RCMP and Aboriginal Authorities Conduct Drug Raid on Odanak First Nation
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) participated in a raid to dismantle what authorities said was a drug trafficking ring in the Abenaki community of Odanak First Nation on May 30...
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Plan Nord to Include Protection for 50 Percent of Northern Quebec
Quebec Premier Jean Charest has announced a plan to protect 50 percent of the province’s northern wilderness from industrial development with a strategy that leans heavily upon con...
The Inuit in 2011: A Snapshot and Retrospective
This time last year the Inuit in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut territory, were battling the Arctic equivalent of a heat wave: Temperatures hovering around freezing were making ro...
Christmas Morning After: Report Shows Major Reindeer Herd Disappearing
With Santa's reindeer in the limelight for the past few days, everyone has caribou on the brain...
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...
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'Joyful Anger,' Youthful Exuberance, Overflow at Montreal First Peoples Festival
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