Indigenous groups urged to unite or risk losing out on Trans Mountain pipeline ownership

On stage at an Indigenous energy conference this week, Stephen Buffalo implored those wanting an ownership stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline to start

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Graduation rates hit record highs for Sea to Sky Indigenous students

A big change at one of B.C.’s smaller school districts has led to a remarkable success story. Ten years ago, B.C. School District No.

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Deaths at Indigenous health clinics not being investigated, documents show – National

Ina Matawapit was barely conscious – intoxicated and suffering from a blow to the head – when police drove her to the North Caribou

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Meet 5 Indigenous youth who are spreading hope in communities on World Suicide Prevention Day

Sept. 10 marks World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s an important day for Indigenous youth involved with We Matter, an Indigenous youth-led non-profit organization founded by

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RCMP-led Indigenous youth camp hopes to improve First Nation and Métis representation within the force

The RCMP doesn’t reflect all of the communities it serves — yet, according to Alberta-based officers. But Sgt. Kim Mueller is trying to change

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‘We have great hope’: Increasing number of young people learning Indigenous languages in B.C.

Nearly all of the dozens of Indigenous languages in British Columbia are threatened with extinction but, according to a local First Nations organization, the

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Losing language, children, culture: Parallels drawn between endangered orcas and Indigenous experiences

Indigenous leaders in the Pacific Northwest are pointing out similarities between what First Nations in the region have endured and what the endangered orcas

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SNC-Lavalin affair could turn Indigenous votes away from the Liberals, national chief warns

The SNC-Lavalin affair and Jody Wilson-Raybould’s exit from the federal Liberal caucus will factor into the choices Indigenous voters make in the fall election,

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Officials to meet with Attawapiskat families to discuss water concerns: Indigenous Services Minister

OTTAWA – The federal government is committing more assistance for a northern Ontario reserve facing challenges with its water supply, Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan

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Study links trauma from residential schools to overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in care

New research conducted at the University of British Columbia is shedding light on the relationship between residential schools and the modern day child welfare

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