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Kanien'kehá:ka chiefs fear cannabis will lead to tobacco's lingering problems
With legalization of recreational marijuana on Oct. 17, Kanien’kehá:ka communities are concerned about replicating problems that arose with their once-prosperous tobacco industry.
A hereditary chief opens up about supplying his nation with free cannabis oil
After his late father was denied medicinal marijuana, hereditary chief Wil Marsden pledged to supply anyone in need in his community with cannabis oil.
'It still stings': Billboard campaign aims to eliminate race-based mascots from Michigan schools
If you travel down Interstate 94 near Paw Paw, Mich., you’ll see a massive billboard with nothing more than a definition on it. 53 school and recreational sports teams in that state still have race-based team names and mascots.
ICYMI - This week's Indigenous news digest
We take a look at the top news stories of the week from CBC Indigenous.
Inupiat town mourns hunters killed as they towed whale home