• New Exhibits at the Northern Lakes College Native Cultural Arts Museum Promote Understanding, Healing, and Reconciliation

  • The Delgamuukw decision: Putting the Wet’suwet’en conflict in perspective

  • A Tribe Called Red to headline 2020 Rhythm of the People Music & Arts Festival

  • The Sweatlodge

  • Gabriel Dumont Institute 40th Anniversary

    Gabriel Dumont Institute 40th Anniversary

  • The 2019 CODE Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Young Adult Literature

  • Update on Speech from the Throne – National Chief Perry Bellegarde

  • 50 Years Later– Celebrating the New Indian Problem

  • Trainers From Firefighters Without Borders Headed to Lac Seul First Nations this Month to Educate Residents on Fire Prevention & Ensure All Residents Have a Working Smoke Alarm



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