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    Year of the Woman: FND Celebrates Women of Change

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    Fred Sasakamoose, the First Indian NHL Hockey Player

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    Indigenous Women Join The March

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    šxʷʔam̓ət (Home) – New Theatre Production will look at Reconciliation

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    Standing Rock Continues to Gather Worldwide Support

  • Traditional Indigenous healing practices and Western medicine can co-exist, says UBC’s Dr. Nadine Caron. (Courtesy of Dr. Caron)

    Nadine Caron – First Female First Nations Surgeon

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being criticized by political opponents for the “contradiction” inherent in promising to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while approving a monster LNG project that will increase them. File photo by Canadian Press.

    The Honey Moon Is Over


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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 »


Members Denied Status With Newfoundland Band

by Frank Larue The Mi’kmaq’s in Newfoundland have had to deal with a tragic history. In 1949, when Newfoundland became… Read more »


Year of the Woman: FND Celebrates Women of Change

By: Niimi Fontaine In honour of Women’s Day, March 8th 2017, the First Nations Drum celebrates Native women who have… Read more »


Indigenous Women Join The March

By Lee Waters Hundreds of thousands of women turned Washington’s National Mall into a sea of pink on Saturday, sending… Read more »


Standing Rock Continues to Gather Worldwide Support

by Kelly Many Guns Since our last report on Standing Rock, there have been many new developments. There has been… Read more »


Children of Attawapiskat

by Danny Beaton In Memory of Alicja Rozanska Brian Martin, a Mohawk from Tyendinaga, told me to call this elder… Read more »



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