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Public safety minister proposes temporary funding for 3 First Nations police services operating on ‘fumes’

Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino has proposed temporary funding for three indigenous police services that receive money under a special program administered by Ottawa,...

Native American communities in BC, Alaska, declare a state of emergency over Pacific salmon

A group of indigenous communities in Alaska and British Columbia have declared a state of emergency related to Pacific salmon populations and say First...

Proposed class action lawsuit seeks $5 billion in compensation from the feds for St. Theresa Point housing conditions

The head of a remote First Nation in northern Manitoba is proposing a national class action lawsuit against the federal government for failing to...

‘How To Make A 2000 Piece Puzzle:’ How Wiikwemkoong’s Lost Diary Found Its Way Back Home

A journal of 19th century events in Wiikwemkoong written by Jesuit missionaries is back where it started.The unceded territory of Wiikwemkoong is located on...

These Northern Sask. students were displaced by wildfires; now they are helping to restore their forests

An approaching wildfire had displaced students from the Clearwater River Dene Nation in northern Saskatchewan, but now they are leading the restoration of nearby...

Long lines for treaty annuities in The Forks spark discussion over ‘insulting’ $5 payment

Dozens of First Nations people stood in long lines and a humidex of 30 Thursday afternoon to receive their treaty annuity payments at The...

Author Michelle Good challenges perceptions of indigenous life in her latest book

In honor of National Indigenous History Month, author Michelle Good has launched her newest book at the 22nd Talking Stick Festival in Vancouver, a...

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