• Judge Marion Buller speaks after being announced as the chief commissioner of the inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press)

    BC FIRST NATIONS JUDGE MARION BULLER NAMED CHIEF COMMISSIONER

  • Misipawistik Cree Nation Chief Harold Turner said many homes in the community have mould problems because of their proximity to open water year-round. (Winnipeg Free Press/CP)

    THIRTY NEW HOMES FOR MISIPAWISTIK CREE NATION IN MANITOBA

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    Jobs at the Vancouver Police Department

  • Colin Robinson and Elaine Leighton

    RRUC Project – Joint Venture Contracting & Local Workforce

  • Canadian Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett

    Canada Accepts UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous People

  • Mohawk Spiritual Leader Tom Porter and Danny Beaton around 1996. Photo by Oren Lyons

    Native Healing — Focus and Balance

  • Todd Alec from Nak’azdli Nation, Family Practice in Prince George. Dr. Nathan Teegee from Takla Lake Nation, Dermatology in Vancouver. Dr. Lara Des Roches, Metis Nation, Sabbatical Masters in Ethics. Dr. Geoffrey Johnson, Metis Nation, Obstetrics & Gynecology in Victoria. Dr. David Shepherd, Cree Nation, Family Practice in Prince George.

    Aboriginal Graduates Praise UBC Medical Program


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Catalyzing Clean Energy

By Ian Scholten & Isaac Prazmowski On July 10, 2016, sixteen Indigenous people who had never met before, joined each… Read more »


BC FIRST NATIONS JUDGE MARION BULLER NAMED CHIEF COMMISSIONER

By Frank Larue On August 3, the Federal government announced the Chief Commissioner of a five-member task force who will… Read more »


THIRTY NEW HOMES FOR MISIPAWISTIK CREE NATION IN MANITOBA

by Frank LaRue “The main thing for us is the mould issue. All our houses are subject to mould because… Read more »


New Town Being Built on BC First Nation

By Kelly Many Guns When entering Vancouver Island’s Stz’uminus First Nation’s Oyster Bay, drivers see a billboard sign that reads,… Read more »


Online backlash over shooting death fuels racial tensions

By Lloyd Dohla Saskatchewan First Nations leaders are condemning the provincial RCMP’s handling of the fatal shooting of a young… Read more »


HUSKY OIL SPILL IN SASKATCHEWAN RAISES QUESTIONS

By Frank LaRue ‘In some ways, the oil industry in Saskatchewan has been given a free pass by the province…. Read more »


Shocking Report on Indigenous Child Poverty

WEST VANCOUVER, BC – COAST SALISH TERRITORY – The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) released a report on Indigenous… Read more »



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