• Siksika Nation Enters Cannabis Business

  • Squamish Nation first Indigenous group to Undertake large scale urban project in Canada

  • Indigenous Groups Contend Over Buying 51% Majority Stake in Trans Mountain

  • ‘The System Is Broken’ Say Ontario First Nations Firefighters Of Fire Protection In Indigenous Communities

  • Haudenosaunee Gather for a New Approach to Indigenous Education

  • Remembering Colten Boushie: We must run for office, get elected, and then write the law

  • Indigenous Ingenuity wins a Major Award from the Canadian Association of Science Centres

  • The Art of the Weld

  • “I get the peace I didn’t have as a kid by providing it to these kids”


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Terms of reference for proposed methylmercury health oversight committee under review

Following a meeting with other Indigenous leaders and Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball in St. John’s on Tuesday, the… Read more »

NETFLIX ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIPS WITH CANADA’S LEADING INDIGENOUS SCREEN ORGANIZATIONS, SUPPORTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INDIGENOUS CREATORS

Banff, AB — June 11, 2019 – Today, at the 2019 Banff World Media Festival, Netflix joined imagineNATIVE, The Indigenous Screen Office… Read more »

Canada Signs Historic Post-Secondary Education Agreement with Métis Nation

June 10th, 2019 — OTTAWA, Unceded Algonquin Territory, Ontario — Indigenous Services Canada  The Minister of Indigenous Services, Seamus O’Regan,… Read more »

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NEWS

Squamish Nation first Indigenous group to Undertake large scale urban project in Canada

What’s a band to do with an oddly-shaped 11-acre parcel of land that’s dissected by the Burrard Bridge? The Squamish… Read more »

‘The System Is Broken’ Say Ontario First Nations Firefighters Of Fire Protection In Indigenous Communities

By Thomas Fitzgerald Indigenous Fire-Related Deaths ‘Frustrating and Heartbreaking’ Matthew Miller is president of the Ontario Native Firefighters Society and… Read more »

Passage of UN Declaration implementation bill should be non-partisan no-brainer

In 2010, former prime minister Stephen Harper publicly reversed his government’s opposition to the UN Declaration on the Rights of… Read more »


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