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INNU CHILD (15) DIES IN PROVINCIAL CARE FACILITY – INNU NATION SEEKS ANSWERS

This following is a statement issued by Grand Chief Gregory Rich, Innu Nation, following the death of an Innu child… Read more »


LA COVID 19 A PEUT-ÊTRE ARRÊTÉ LE GOUVERNEMENT, MAIS ELLE N’A PAS ARRÊTÉ LES FEMMES AUTOCHTONES :

LE GOUVERNEMENT RECALÉ PAR L’ASSOCATION DES FEMMES AUTOCHTONES DU CANADA POUR SON « RAPPORT D’INACTION » – L’AFAC RÉVÈLE UNE… Read more »


COVID-19 MAY HAVE STOPPED THE GOVERNMENT BUT IT HASN’T STOPPED INDIGENOUS WOMEN:

NATIVE WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION OF CANADA GIVES GOVERNMENT FAILING GRADE FOR ‘LACK OF ACTION REPORT’; REVEALS MOVE FORWARD STRATEGY TO MARK… Read more »


VIU STUDENTS HOST VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

SUMMARY: VIU students take annual leadership conference online to support mental health and well-being. VIU MEDIA RELEASE: Wednesday, June 3,… Read more »


Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs

Lac La Biche/Edmonton – Beaver Lake Cree Nation is asking the Alberta Court of Appeal to uphold an Advance Costs… Read more »


Nunatsiavut Government begins relaxing position on non-essential travel

The Nunatsiavut Government announced today that it will begin to relax its position on non-essential within the Labrador Inuit Settlement… Read more »


MMIWG Report: Dignity and Justice Must be at the Heart of Actions

With the first anniversary of the release of the report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women… Read more »


Rapport de l’ENFFADA : dignité et justice doivent être au cœur des actions

Avec le premier anniversaire du dépôt du rapport de l’Enquête nationale sur les femmes et les filles autochtones disparues et… Read more »


Canadian Human Rights Tribunal makes additional ruling on compensation for First Nations children

the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal delivered an additional ruling on compensation for First Nations children and their families who were… Read more »