Steven Newcomb
10/27/16

There are different shades of truth in the English language. For example, there are “half-truths,” “partial truths” and “hidden truths.” Whenever I see the phrase “Truth and Reconciliation” being used in Canada, I think of a hidden truth that is being covered up by the very word reconciliation....

Kristin Butler
10/12/16
In 2009, on Kootenai tribal territory in the Idaho Panhandle, the last remaining caribou in the contiguous United States took a severe drop from 46 down to 12 animals...
Dave Courchene Jr., Turtle Lodge
9/2/16
Editor's note: This week Turtle Lodge, the spiritual center in Sagkeeng First Nation in what is today Manitoba, hosted a gathering for the First Nations falling under Treaties One ...
Mary Annette Pember
9/1/16
As the Canadian government officially begins its long-awaited national inquiry on September 1 into the country’s high rates of missing and murdered indigenous women (MMIW), the res...
Denise Ryan/Vancouver Sun
8/31/16
The 14-year-old girl who bumps around in the police wagon is being unceremoniously returned to the Willingdon Industrial School for Girls, a juvenile correctional institute on Vanc...
ICTMN Staff
8/30/16
A picture posted by mother Jennifer Dorner has started yet another conversation about why not to wear costume headdresses...
Carly McIntosh
8/30/16

Imagine every morning having to set a full pot of tap water on your stove and continuing to wait for it to boil just to be able to drink it. As a parent it would be a set demand in your daily schedule....

Carly McIntosh
8/17/16

For many years in Canada Indigenous people have been fighting for human rights and the Government never seems to provide it. Every year is a battle with the Canadian Government on keeping cold cases open in the effort to finding our missing and murdered indigenous women and girls....

Theresa Braine
8/6/16
The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival 2016 edition is in full swing, with perfect weather, expanded offerings, additional venues and new partnerships bringing more aboriginal cultur...
Hans Tammemagi
7/29/16
The Sahtu Dene emerged from Great Bear Lake and have lived perched at its edge since time immemorial, caring for their surroundings and maintaining what Dene legend says is a livin...

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