University Of Regina Press Promoting Aboriginal Literature

In the early seventies when not all universities had Aboriginal programs or courses, the University of Regina under the auspices… Read more »

Bruce Walsh, director of the University of Regina Press since 2013, is two time winner of the Libris Award for outstanding contribution to Canadian Literature. He has worked with writers including Alice Munro, Leonard Cohen, and Margaret Atwood.

MQUP to Publish the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

McGill-Queen’s University Press (MQUP) has undertaken to publish its own edition of the six volumes of the final report of… Read more »


HIV-Positive Aboriginal Women Receive Funding for Culturally Grounded Intervention Study

HIV-Positive Aboriginal Women, in partnership with Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) and the University of Victoria, has received $1.2 million… Read more »

Marama Pala ofNew Zealand is the coordinator for the Canadian Aboriginal Aids Network (CAAN).

Voices need to be heard in order to change Child Protective Services

Letter to the Editor from Cathy Evarts, former Foster Care parent I attended the June 22, 2015 vigil on the… Read more »

Marilyn Koren's four month old grand-daughter died four years ago after being placed in Alberta's foster care system.

First Nation Chiefs Become Part Of LNG Environmental Assessment

The Tsimshian Environmental Stewardship Authority (TESA) is a new organization representing five First Nations Bands (Metiakatla, Kitselas, Gitxaala, Kitsumkalum, Gitga’at)… Read more »

BC landscape is already home to a number of natural gas pipelines and some oil pipelines.

BC Teachers Will Devote One Teacher Professional Day To Aboriginal Education

BC teachers set aside six professional days, and now one of those days will focus on Aboriginal education. The BC… Read more »

BC Education Minister Peter Fassbender reacts to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission by incorporating indigenous peoples history into BC curriculum.

NDP Leading Poll

Since Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley swept the election this past spring, Thomas Mulcair’s Federal NDP’s polling numbers have consistently… Read more »

Thomas Mulcair - NDP Party Leader

Highway Of Tears Records Destroyed By Government Officials

by Frank LaRue The investigation of the missing and murdered women along the Highway of Tears has brought only one… Read more »

In 2008, a large warning sign was erected along the highway.

NAN Wants Government “To Move From Apology To Action”

Nishnawabe Aski Grand Chief Harvey Yesno says the revelation that Indian And Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) has withheld more than… Read more »

Nishnawabe Aski Grand Chief Harvey Yesno

Dr. Carrie Bourassa Helping Women With HIV/Aids and Hepatitis C

Dr. Carrie Bourassa is a Professor of Indigenous Health Studies and has been faculty at First Nations University since August… Read more »

Carrie Bourassa