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‘It’s urgent”: Indigenous groups need to oversee police actions in Canada,...

Aboriginal civilian groups that would oversee police actions are long past due in Canada, says a commissioner who served on the inquiry into missing...

On Ipperwash anniversary, chiefs call on government to reflect on relations...

Ontario’s First Nation chiefs are calling on the provincial government to reflect on its relationship with Indigenous people on 25th anniversary of the Ipperwash...

Q and A with retired Saskatchewan Senator Lillian Dyck

Lillian Dyck was the first First Nations woman on the Canadian Senate and the first Chinese Canadian-born senator.She announced her retirement Monday on her...

COMMENTARY: If Julie Payette is replaced, Maj.-Gen. Paul a prime candidate...

Scuttlebutt in Ottawa is that Justin Trudeau has been considering replacing Julie Payette, who only two years ago was the prime minister’s handpicked choice...

At least 15 killed in grisly Indigenous Mexican village attack –...

WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. Discretion is advised.Assailants killed 15 inhabitants of an Indigenous village in southern Mexico that has been plagued by local...

Brazil agency’s slow response led to rising Indigenous COVID-19 cases: sources...

As COVID-19 reached remote indigenous lands in Brazil’s Amazon, the government agency responsible for protecting native people brushed off calls for action, focusing instead...

Métis Nation Saskatchewan considers help from Red Cross as COVID-19 outbreak...

The Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN-S) says it is “gravely concerned” about the spread of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan’s north, and is calling on all levels of...

Spike in deaths, majority Indigenous children, reported to Saskatchewan child advocate:...

There was a significant increase in the number of deaths reported to Saskatchewan’s child advocate last year, the majority of them Indigenous children.In 2019,...

‘Social Distance Powwow’ group celebrates performers from Blackfoot Confederacy – Lethbridge

For the last six weekends, the Facebook group Social Distance Powwow has been live-streaming with Indigenous performers from around North America in an effort...

‘Enforcers of the colonizers’: Wet’suwet’en crisis casts spotlight on long, difficult...

They were the images that Terry Teegee did not want to see. In the pre-dawn darkness of Feb. 6, Mounties descended on a...
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