• NIC business student Jessie Gervais is NIC’s third business student to become a Ch’nook Scholar.

    Jessie Gervais Follows a Career in Dance with His Sights on International Relations

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    Dr. Evelyn Voyageur Receives Indspire Health Award

  • Lorna Williams

    Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, ‘Indspired’ to Apply the Power of Education to Heal and Renew

  • World’s First Indigenous Law Degree to Be Offered at UVic

  • First Nation Hockey Player Ethan Bear Makes the Big Leagues

    First Nation Hockey Player Ethan Bear Makes the Big Leagues

  • April Murphy, an Adult Basic Education student at VIU Cowichan, has gone from being unable to read to her children to becoming a leader in her classes. Photo Credit: Vancouver Island University

    From Homeless to Helping Others: VIU Cowichan Student April Murphy’s Story

  • The 2018 Indspire Award Recipients


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Dr. Evelyn Voyageur Receives Indspire Health Award

  Dr. Evelyn Voyageur, a nationally recognized leader in Indigenous health, NIC Elder in Residence and faculty member, will receive… Read more »


PSAC Continues Its Thirsty for Justice Campaign to Address Water Crisis in First Nations Communities

On National Aboriginal Day 2016, PSAC launched its Thirsty for Justice campaign. It was launched as the result of a… Read more »


World’s First Indigenous Law Degree to Be Offered at UVic

A new law program at the University of Victoria is the world’s first to combine the intensive study of both… Read more »


The 2018 Indspire Award Recipients

Arts Greg Hill Kanyen’kehaka, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ontario Over nearly thirty years of work as an… Read more »


The Last Prayer

In Memory of Alicja Rozanska Woke up at midnight last month after sleeping four hours and was not sure if… Read more »


The Mountain Money (Op-Ed)

Hannah’s a freelance writer who writes for First Nations Drum. The story you’re about to read is her perspective on… Read more »


Siksika First Nation Evacuates Members from Sudden Wild Fires

  Siksika First Nation – Wild Fires forced the evacuation in approximately 8 or more communities across Southern Alberta on… Read more »



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