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Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet'suwet'en years in the making
The paper trail behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline's approval reveals a conflict with Indigenous leaders that was practically baked into the process long before the current protests that have shut down significant parts of Canada's rail system.
Trudeau asks for patience as rail blockades continue, bars Scheer from leaders' meeting
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the House of Commons Tuesday asking Canadians to be patient with his government as Ottawa seeks a negotiated end to Indigenous protests that have crippled the country's transportation network.
Hundreds honour Alaska Indigenous civil rights icon
The U.S. Mint announced in October that the member of Tlingit Nation will become the first Alaska Native to appear on U.S. currency.
No 'depth' to consultation with Mi'kmaq on Alton Gas, lawyer argues
Via Rail service to resume between Ottawa and Quebec City
The story of the Moose Factory Scrappers—misfits who became hockey legends
Fort Resolution mental health resources lacking, advocates say