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State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
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Empowering Indian Country
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Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
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Canada’s Carson Scandal Dissected on APTN
What do you get when you mix a broke prime minister's aide, an escort cum fiancée, millions of dollars in potential contracts and the Alberta oil sands?...
Atlantic Universities Pledge to Reach Out to Aboriginal Students
In a deal thought to be the first of its kind in Canada, First Nations leaders and universities in Atlantic Canada signed a memorandum of understanding on March 17 to beef up educa...
Human Rights Tribunal Dismisses Discrimination Complaint; First Nations to Appeal
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Monday dismissed a 2007 case alleging that First Nations children were being discriminated against by discrepancies in funding between federal...
Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Extends Condolences on Passing of Chief Ralph Akiwenzie
Chief Ralph Akiwenzi, 64, died March 4 due to pancreatic cancer...
B.C. Métis Sign Historic MOU to Improve Welfare of At-risk Children
Family services may soon be improving for Métis in British Columbia after the aboriginal group signed a historic memorandum of understanding to develop Métis-led “holistic, cultura...
AFN Demands Answers in Grassy Narrows Mercury Poisoning
Gale Courey Toensing
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is calling on the Canadian government and the Ontario provincial government to hold a national inquiry into the historic and continuing mercury ...
First Nations Agency Goes to Court over Child Welfare Shortcomings
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada appealed to the courts on Monday to force the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to face charges that it “racially discrimin...
Henvey Inlet First Nation Snags Major Energy Contract
Henvey Inlet First Nation (HIFN) is poised not only to provide energy to fellow aboriginals but also is at the brink of prosperity from the same efforts, the aboriginal group said...
First Nations Chiefs Oppose St. Lawrence Radioactive Shipments
Ontario First Nations chiefs are joining their more southern neighbors in the U.S...
Pioneering Teslin Tlingit Council Adopts Own Justice System
The southern Yukon Teslin Tlingit Council will take its existing self-governing abilities a bit further with a historic accord to adopt its own justice system, CBC News reported ...
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