• Indigenous Soldier Database Lists Over 150,000 Names

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    National Film Board looking forward to final year of National Cinema Tour

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    Tsuu T’ina Nation Hosting National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference

  • Astokomii Smith of the Siksika First Nation

    Siksika Teen Crowned Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess


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INNU NATION CONCERNED ABOUT IMPACT TO INNU WORKERS AS RESULT OF NALCOR STOP-WORK ORDER ISSUED TO ASTALDI AT MUSKRAT FALLS (LOWER CHURCHILL PROJECT)

SHESHATSHIU, LABRADOR, NL – Innu Nation leaders are in St. John’s today to meet with Stan Marshall, Nalcor Energy CEO… Read more »

The University of Sudbury celebrates Indigenous recipients of substantial scholarships

SUDBURY – During a ceremony held at the University of Sudbury yesterday (Thursday, October 18th) at 10 a.m., three Indigenous… Read more »

VIU LIBRARY RECEIVES A GRANT TO DIGITIZE CANADA’S HISTORICAL NARRATIVES OF EXPLORATION

SUMMARY: The Vancouver Island University Library received a $17,015 grant from the National Heritage Digitization Strategy to digitize historical texts… Read more »

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Indigenous Soldier Database Lists Over 150,000 Names

Yann Castelnot is a former resident of Vimy, France, who immigrated to Canada 13 years ago. Over the past 20… Read more »

Tsuu T’ina Nation Hosting National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference

The Cannabis Act has created a monumental economic opportunity for Canada but it also brings unprecedented social and political concerns… Read more »

Siksika Teen Crowned Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess

  Astokomii Smith of the Siksika First Nation has been crowned 2019 Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess. The 19-year-old Astokomii,… Read more »


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