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From drop-out to master's student, Inuvik woman says 'stay in school'
Crystal Lennie now has a diploma and a bachelor's degree, and wants to be a deputy health minister. She calls education a 'lifelong journey.'
Inuk in the city: My experience moving from a rural community to St. John's
The realization that I was about 1,400 kilometres away from home hit me harder than I expected, writes Tyler Mugford.
Lutselk'e innovation centre meant to help young people develop skills, spur economic development
A corporation aims to help young residents of Lutselk'e, N.W.T., develop skills and better their own community through what’s called the Dene DreamMaker Innovation Centre. It opened in February.
Celebration of life held for elder, long-time chief Noel Starblanket
Starblanket, who died this week at age 72, was only 24 when first elected chief.
How First Nations are leaving their mark on the cannabis industry
Inuvialuit woman lead actress in new episode of The Twilight Zone
Yellowknife journalist wins award for short story based on respected grandfather
Indigenous women come forward with accounts of forced sterilization, says lawyer
First Nations divided on impacts of tanker ban at Northern B.C. Senate hearings
$16M federal funding helps Matawa education centre 'become a reality'
Trans Mountain consultation approach 'fatally flawed' even with extension, says First Nations leader
Ottawa needs to 'walk the walk' on reconciliation, says Federal Court judge
Ex-Thunder Bay mayor facing extortion charge involved in failed medical marijuana deal with First Nation
Ottawa plans to make Trans Mountain decision by June 18
Ottawa fighting First Nations groups over compensation for child welfare discrimination
Indigenous leader accuses Sask. of delaying child welfare reform to preserve jobs for social workers
Mediation underway at Alberta First Nations school after teacher walk-out
West Moberly First Nations chief denounces 'fear mongering' over caribou protection plan