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Sask. First Nations company creating 'sugar cube' barriers to fight COVID-19 spread in classrooms
Pro Metal Industries Ltd started creating PPE for classrooms for Pasqua First Nation. Other schools are now expressing interest.
'We're not going anywhere': Six Nations demonstrators have different vision for subdivision
Demonstrators handed over two bulldozers Thursday as the occupation of the McKenzie Meadows residential development stretched into its 26th day.
Mi'kmaw community seeks temporary halt on N.S. highway project, renewed negotiations with province
Sipekne’katik First Nation is testing out a new Indigenous rights-focused consultation process by asking the N.S. government to temporarily halt the twinning of a major highway and define any impact on the rights of the Mi'kmaq.
Mushkegowuk Grand Chief raises concerns about new law that changes environmental assessment process
Laptop subsidy program registration hit and miss for some parents
COVID-19 safety measures in place for forest fire evacuees, health unit says
Northern Ontario First Nation makes history with its community-based curriculum
Judge moves hearing about teepee on legislature lawn to 9 days before man plans to leave
Quebec judge rules in favour of Anishinaabe professor over Indian Act inequities
Complaints filed against Edmundston police over fatal shooting of Chantel Moore
Majority of Quebecers recognize systemic racism is an issue for First Nations people, survey suggests
Members of Eabametoong First Nation arrive in Thunder Bay Ont., following evacuation