Christina Gliddy died in hospital in 2016, after being found by a railway bridge in Thunder Bay. Hers is one of several cases under review in a probe of alleged systemic racism in the way Thunder Bay police handle missing-person and death cases involving Indigenous people.
Donnessey died on Saturday at the age of 90. 'What's just amazing about Mida — Auntie Mida — is that she basically represents life, Kaska life, prior to contact.'
An Alberta First Nation is suing the province over development approvals that the band says threaten sacred land the government has promised to protect.
Even though the Mohawk community passed a Cannabis Control Law on Monday, a moratorium on distribution and sales of cannabis remains in effect until regulations under the law are developed and implemented.
In the Canadian province with the highest rates of active tuberculosis, researchers say more data and better tracking of the potentially deadly disease could help stem the spread.
First Nations chiefs and leaders who say they represent over 200 Indigenous communities in B.C. and Alberta are fighting back against the federal government's plan to ban all oil tanker traffic off the coast of northern B.C. — calling it an "attack" on the energy industry that will leave remote First Nations destitute.
Const. Jerry Abbott told a coroner's inquest last week that he believed Whitstone was reaching for a gun when he fatally fired on the 22-year-old. No weapon was found, but officers said Whitstone was unco-operative during the brief but intense altercation.
Indigenous people will no longer have to swear allegiance to the Queen when they're elected to civic office after the Ontario government created a new municipal oath.
Below is the complete digital version of our final issue for the Fall 2018 semester. We’ll be back in January 2019 with our usual content from the oldest Native American student newspaper!
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Inuit leaders welcomed updates to the Nutrition North program on Monday, but say more work needs to be done on the program's transparency.
The chief of Webequie First Nation has travelled to the northwestern Ontario city this week to support the family of the 17-year-old boy, Braiden Jacob, whose body was found on Sunday at Chapples Park in Thunder Bay after he was reported missing earlier this month.
Though November is over, and Native American Heritage month is done, the celebration of our heritages never stops. So I will be continuing with a few more Tribal Nation Mini-lessons. You can always head to my Instagram page and click in.....
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"To be honest we were going to do these gatherings way before the video came out," Bear Clan team leader Ivory Tuesday told CBC. "It's just once the video came out, we realized we do need to support the community in this and healing and doing something about colonial violence."