• Earliest Sign Of Human Civilization In Canada May Be Off The Coast Of Haida Gwaii

    Earliest Sign Of Human Civilization In Canada May Be Off The Coast Of Haida Gwaii

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    Good heart, good mind, good feelings

  • General manager for the Indian Business Corporation Rob Rollingson (left) and AltaGas CEO David Cornhill hold up %500,000 cheque.

    AltaGas Gives $500,000 To First Nations Entrepreneurs

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Candidates Compete: Picard, Jourdain, Bellegarde

Chiefs from every First Nation in Canada will be gathering in Winnipeg December 9th-11th to select a new National Chief… Read more »


Gwendolyn Point To Be Next UFV Chancellor

Dr. Gwendolyn Point will be the new chancellor of the University of the Fraser Valley. Point will take over from… Read more »


Prime Minister Says Missing And Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls Are Not A Priority

In an interview with CBC News, Prime Minister Stephen Harper exposed his complete lack of sympathy towards the families of… Read more »


Splatsin First Nation, Sorgent.e Hydro Canada, And Fosthall Creek Power Reach Hydro Project Agreement

The Splatsin First Nation, Sorgent.e Hydro Canada, and Fosthall Creek Power have signed an Impact Benefit Agreement that will bring… Read more »


Perry Bellegarde Elected National Chief Of The Assembly of First Nations

Saskatchewan’s Perry Bellegarde took 63% of the 464 first-ballot votes cast in Winnipeg on December 10th to become the new… Read more »


Why Native Women Go Missing (Part 2)

Women lucky enough to have survived the Sixties Scoop rarely returned to the reservations from which they had been taken…. Read more »


2015 Indspire Award Winners

Over the past 20 years, the Indspire Awards have recognized Indigenous professionals and youth who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in… Read more »



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