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'Protect your elders as they've protected you': Artists' COVID-19 posters target Indigenous communities
Indigenous comic book publisher Native Realities has created a series of propaganda-style posters amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Illegal border crossers still trying to enter U.S. from Canada, causing worry in Akwesasne over COVID-19
An Akwesasne woman was charged last week for allegedly smuggling three foreign nationals into the U.S., triggering concerns that the persistent trickle of illegal border crossers in the area is putting the Mohawk community at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ottawa overestimated cost of compensating First Nations children under tribunal order: budget officer
The federal government overestimated the cost of complying with a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal order that it compensate First Nations children apprehended from their homes through the on-reserve child welfare system, according to the Parliamentary Budget Officer.
'Very worried' Quebec Cree dads make public plea for COVID-19 compliance
Canadian Rangers activated in Nunavik to prevent COVID-19 spread, Trudeau says
Grassy Narrows First Nation and federal government sign agreement to build on-reserve mercury care home
COVID-19 cases in First Nations spur leaders to call for field hospitals
Unmanned border gate causing concerns for Fort Liard leadership
How to access free mental health and emotional support during the COVID-19 crisis
Suspending foster care visits not an easy decision, says minister
Montreal Lake Cree Nation joins call for provincial government to shut down liquor sales during COVID-19
Fort Liard hamlet and First Nation at odds over COVID-19 communication
Man charged with 2nd-degree murder in deaths of Alberta hunters
Boy brightens smiles across Long Point First Nation with painted rocks