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Mi'kmaw veteran's hunger strike to protest removal of his Indian status in its 4th week
A navy veteran who lost his Indian status after being removed from the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation membership list is now more than three weeks into a hunger strike to protest his removal.
MP drops F-bomb in Commons, accuses Trudeau of not caring about Indigenous rights
The tone of debate in the House of Commons was lowered for the second time in two weeks Tuesday when an NDP MP from Quebec used the f-word during question period.
New in school: Indigenous cooking, Harry Potter as literature and rock 'n' roll
Manitoba post-secondary schools offer fresh approaches to enliven their classes, including a culinary skills program for Indigenous students, the Harry Potter books for literature students and rock 'n' roll, from playing songs to writing them.
Calgary Stampede's 2019 First Nations Princess wants to highlight anxiety, Indigenous education
The 2019 First Nations Princess, formerly Indian Princess, is 19-year-old Astokomii Smith of the Siksika Nation. Ahead of a busy year of appearances and appointments for the Calgary Stampede, she sat down with The Homestretch to discuss how she views the role.
Métis kayaker and Cree doctor among this year's Indspire Award winners
Mother of Sask. man fatally shot by RCMP officer disappointed by lack of criminal charges
Fort McMurray region's Indigenous groups support oilsands mine, company tells review panel
Radio ad claiming to debunk 'myths' of residential schools draws criticism
Additional charges laid in brawl at Manitoulin Island high school
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Life at Gadzoosdaa: How students from Yukon communities go to high school
Protections restored for grizzly bears in U.S. Rocky Mountains; hunts blocked
12 youths who died in Ontario child welfare lacked mental health support, coroner's report finds
Board's 'not recommended' book list angers award-winning Indigenous author
Waskaganish powwow goes ahead as planned, despite controversial referendum
Ojibway elder erects monument for Indigenous women on P.E.I.
Membertou day school survivors to get update on class action
'Nervous and excited': Regina's Marty Klyne named to Canadian senate
'I can't escape': Life as a non-Indigenous student at the notorious St. Anne's residential school
Kids TV show passes on Inuit songs, legends, and language to a new generation
How a silly old man's squash can reawaken taste for traditional Indigenous foods
U of M prof calls for leadership overhaul to address racism — starting with school's president
Feeling left out by Canada's census, local Indigenous groups did their own
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