New Tsuut’ina Nation chief lays out priorities after election

When Tsuut’ina Nation Chief Roy Whitney was first elected in 1984, he began to explore possibilities for a potential ring road in Calgary alongside then-premier Ralph

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Tickets, hotel rooms aplenty as Rider Nation readies to host Western Final – Saskatoon

The Saskatchewan Roughriders had the bye, but local businesses have been steadily preparing since news of a home playoff game. With Sunday’s CFL Western

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Skawahlook First Nation project stalled after province redirects funds

The Skawahlook First Nation in Agassiz, B.C. will not be able to expand trails in a local park — and it blames the B.C. government

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First-ever female chief sworn in on Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation

Beaming with joy, Roberta Soo-Oyewaste is ready to hit the ground running as the Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation’s first-ever female chief. She was sworn

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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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B.C. First Nation buys 5 per cent stake in clean-energy projects worth $2.5 billion

A First Nation in northwest British Columbia says an investment in clean-energy projects worth more than $2.5 billion represents a historic move toward its economic

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RCMP investigating deaths of 2 toddlers on Samson Cree Nation

Maskwacis RCMP are investigating the deaths of two toddlers on Samson Cree Nation. Officers were originally called Tuesday for assistance regarding two missing children,

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Little Grand Rapids First Nation residents return home after wildfire smoke evacuations – Winnipeg

Residents from Little Grand Rapids First Nation are returning home after being evacuated due to wildfire smoke in the area over the weekend. More

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Number of evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation hits 1,500 as wildfire grows

PIKANGIKUM, Ont. – Evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation will be taken to host communities in two provinces on Sunday while a wildfire continues to

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The little-known history of Squamish Nation land in Vancouver

The Squamish Nation’s proposal to build up to 3,000 apartment units southwest of the Burrard Bridge is shedding light on the historic ejection of

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