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The little-known history of Squamish Nation land in Vancouver

57% of newborns taken into foster care in B.C. are Indigenous

When pipeline companies want to build on Indigenous lands, with whom do they consult?

B.C. First Nation has change of heart, now opposes Trans Mountain pipeline project

‘Were you at all turned on?’: RCMP’s handling of sexual assault interview denounced

Rush for Indigenous hires at universities opens door to failure, impostors, say academics

‘I was just shocked’: Cree woman makes bold statement against racial profiling

Reconciliation or appropriation: Should B.C.’s lieutenant governor be speaking Indigenous languages?

Wet’suwet’en arrests spark debate about Indigenous relations with RCMP

memorialA Movement Rises: How a Nation Started to Care about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

luis-fondebriderCanada could be doing more for MMIW, international expert says

mike-mercredi-athabasca-chipewyan-first-nationFirst Nation’s and the Boon of Big Oil

hi-neil-young-02748804-8col Neil Young’s Honour the Treaties Tour Kick’s off

twila-singer-and-kidsCookie Cutter Solutions for First Nations Education Won’t Work

twila-singerBlue Dots Becoming Symbol

bill-erasmusFirst Nations Divided on Financial Transparency Act

ballantyne-larsson600pxLiving and Learning off the Land — Dechinta Bush University

missingwomensmarch600pxMissing Women’s Commission of Inquiry

Native Women’s Association of Canada President Michele Audette speaks during a press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, February 13, 2014, calling on the Conservative government to act on violence against women. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean KilpatrickNWAC Breaks the Silence

alice-rigney-athabasca-chipewyan-first-nationsJackpine Mine will Destroy Wetlands and Wildlife

arts-inez-584Show of Strength – Arts and Entertainment

residential-school-archiveSurvivors Face Adversarial Government

gladys-radekMissing, murdered aboriginal women honoured in marches

finalrbg_web.previewMissing Women’s Commission Flounders

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