• Henry Louie “Ducky” Norwest 1881-1918

    Remembering Henry Louie Norwest

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    Education for Reconciliation: BCTF Launches Project Of The Heart, New Resource on Residential School History in BC

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    MQUP to Publish the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

  • The Calgary Stampede Indian Village has participated since 1912. Five Treaty Seven First nations who camp together for the 10 day event include: Siksika, Kainai, Peigan, Tsuu Tina, and Nakoda. Photo Credit Kelly Many Guns

    Stampede Special: A Look Inside of The Indian Village



Local And Just: Indigenous Food Sovereignty Summit 2016

Join Four Arrows Regional Health Authority at Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent Casino Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba (March 1-3,… Read more »

British Columbia First Nations’ Failing Fisheries

Climate change means marine creatures are migrating—away from First Nations’ territory. by Larry Pynn Seafood has sustained the First Nations of… Read more »

Tanker Ban Spells End For Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline

Environmentalists and First Nations commend the federal government’s decision to ban crude oil tanker traffic along British Columbia’s north coast,… Read more »

Grassroots Blockade In Siksika Nation: Enough Is Enough

The strongest platforms for indigenous people are the ones we create ourselves. Since the beginning of November, Siksika Nation’s spiritual… Read more »


The election of 2015 will be remembered for the large number of Aboriginal voters who turned up at the polls… Read more »

Blackfoot Runner Wins Gold For Canada

This past October, 20-year-old Rilee Many Bears of the Siksika Nation won a gold medal for Canada at the 2015… Read more »

REDx Talks 2015: Finding The Ability To Be

To be, or not to be? This is a question we constantly face within this society that surrounds us. Living… Read more »