• Richard Wagamese

    One of Canada’s Finest Writers, Richard Wagamese Dies at 61

  • Tribe Called Red Interview by Hannah Many Guns

    A Interview with A Tribe Called Red’s Ian “DJ NDN” Campeau

  • Buffy Sainte-Marie

    Year of the Woman: FND Celebrates Women of Change

  • Fred Sasakamoose Photo

    Fred Sasakamoose, the First Indian NHL Hockey Player

  • Standing Rock Continues to Gather Worldwide Support

  • BC FIRST NATIONS JUDGE MARION BULLER NAMED CHIEF COMMISSIONER

  • THIRTY NEW HOMES FOR MISIPAWISTIK CREE NATION IN MANITOBA


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First Nations an Integral Part of Clean Energy Landscape in BC

By Paul Kariya, Executive Director Clean Energy BC (CEBC) As Executive Director of CEBC, which represents clean energy operators and… Read more »


On Call for Fentanyl

by Michelle Oleman Vancouver BC, one of Canada’s largest and busiest port cities, is riddled with overdose victims – many… Read more »


Joseph Boyden Now Questioned for Similarities

by Frank Larue Joseph Boyden is one of the most successful native authors in Canada. His books, the Orenda, Three… Read more »


One of Canada’s Finest Writers, Richard Wagamese Dies at 61

by Frank Larue Richard Wagamese, one of Canada’s greatest writers, died in March. “He taught us about our history. He… Read more »


Natives Are Defending Ontario Forests

by Dr. John Bacher (PhD) and Danny Beaton Our Mother Earth is protectively robed in a cloak of beautiful forests,… Read more »


Scoop of the Sixties Victims Win Day in Court

By Frank Larue When the dark era of the residential school came to an end in the early sixties, a… Read more »


Gitxsan Nation Divided Due to Pipeline Agreement

by Frank Larue Liberal leader Christie Clark has done everything possible to push through the LNG projects, whereas native leaders… Read more »



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