AlatGas Gives $500,000 To First Nations Entrepreneurs

First Nations business has taken giant steps in the last 15 years, Native entrepreneurs such as Clarence Louie and David… Read more »

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

Okanagan Indian Band Seeks Return Of Defunct Rail Line Following Tsilhot’in Victory

On the heels of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in the Tsilhot’in First Nation’s Aboriginal title case, an Okanagan… Read more »


Rising Above: National Healing Conference

The Salvation Army is committed to helping First Nations people and all victims of abuse in their healing journey and… Read more »

Federal Court Upholds Landmark Ruling On Metis Rights

The Federal Court of Appeal has partially upheld a landmark ruling that could vastly expand the constitutional definition of “Indians.”… Read more »


Highly Significant First Nations Cultural Artifact Brought Back To Canada

A noblewoman from the Tlingit people of mainland British Columbia, Anisalaga came to Vancouver Island in the mid-1800s with her… Read more »


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 »

Joe Pastion, Dene Tha’ First Nation Chief

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 »

Wild Dog

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 »

$2000 reward for Hugo Gallegos

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 »

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