The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) has issued a statement applauding the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. With necessary updates and enhanced provisions,Read more ›
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Peace, International Issues, & Organizations – ECAWAR: December 15 Peace Picket
Three shocking reports published this week give us a glimpse into the issue of racism in two Canadian police forces.
From Juno awards to BBC airplay and dates opening for Neil Young, William Prince has had a busy couple of years. Back in his current hometown of Winnipeg, Prince played to a sold out crowd at the West End Cultural Centre in late November — and Unreserved was there to catch it all.
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The cut will mean the end of a number of initiatives for at-risk youth, including an after-school program established in the wake of the so-called "summer of the gun" in Toronto.
A group of Nunavut youth are using a conference of Arctic scholars to make a point about how researchers often come up short in consultations with their communities — using their own language to do so.
In front of a new water treatment plant, a group of Tl'azt'en First Nation members stand together alongside consultants, academics and an engineer from Indigenous Services Canada ready to cut the ribbon.
The father of a teenage girl found dead in The Pas Friday morning says she was a bright and caring person, but was troubled and couldn't get the help she needed.
The Ontario government says it is reviewing a fund that supports Indigenous culture through grants and that was set up in response to calls for action from Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Jonathan Yellowhead, 22, has been remanded in custody after being charged in connection with the death of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob. His next court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday.
Darian Lonechild's work with the Saskatoon Police Service is meant to bridge the gap between Indigenous youth and police.
'We just wanted people to eat caribou during the Christmas season,' says Charlie Qavvataaq Inuarak, who spent about $20,000 on the trip from Pond Inlet to Hall Beach, Nunavut.
A group calling itself Indigenous Food in the City wants fewer barriers to the sharing of traditional foods, especially wild game, in urban settings.
When people heard that Vivian, a residential school survivor who struggles with nightmares, was sleeping on an old mattress on her floor, people wanted to buy her a new bed. She shares what her new bed means to her.
The Thunder Bay Police Service said Friday that a man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob from Webequie First Nation.
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says she's proud of the work the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) inquiry has done documenting the tremendous injustices so many First Nations, Metis and Inuit women endure — and she's defending her move to curtail the inquiry's requested timeline, despite pleas to let commissioners carry on for longer.