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    A Tribe Called Red: Truly An Electric Pow Wow

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    Gino Shows Bure The Meaning Of Friendship

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    Bistcho Lake: Canada’s Last Frontier

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    Mohawk Community Advised To Boil Water For Over Five Years By Canadian Government

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    Speaking to Memory Images and Voices from St. Michael’s Indian Residential School

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    ‘Namgis Pin Hopes On Closed Containment Fish Farm

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    Sierra Many Heads rescues baby fawn



A Tribe Called Red: Truly An Electric Pow Wow

photography by: Destino Mendez Photo Journalism Student – SAIT ­To become completely captivated by any kind of DJ seems to… Read more »

Newly Elected Chief Wants More Representation For Dene Tha’

Joe Pastion, Dene Tha’ First Nation Chief Members of The Dene Tha’ First Nation recently elected Joe Pastion as their… Read more »

Contraceptive Chip Could Reduce Wild Dog Populations Without Culling

A northern Manitoba First Nation is hoping a new contraceptive chip will help keep wild dog populations under control and… Read more »

Whitecap First Nation Looking For Accountant Who Disappeared With 2.5 Million

The Whitecap Dakota First Nations have posted a $2000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of their former… Read more »

FSIN Delegation Travels To London To Mark 250th Anniversary Of The Royal Proclamation

A delegation of about two dozen chiefs, veterans, elders, and aides from the Federation of Saskatchewan First Nations (FSIN) travelled… Read more »

Fort McKay First Nation Pulls Out Of Oil Sands Monitoring Program

The Fort McKay First Nation of the Athabasca Wood Buffalo area has pulled out of a joint federal-provincial oilsands monitoring… Read more »

Bistcho Lake: Canada’s Last Frontier

After spending a few days in this remote area located on the north western corner of Alberta, one can see… Read more »