Cholera Outbreak in Vancouver Infects Several People

Canada almost eradicated Cholera in the 1800s, when at least 20,000 people died. The U.S. CDC has stated that each year, worldwide, there are over 100,000 deaths from cholera. In March, a... Read more »

Western Canada Island Hid 13,000 Years Old Human Footprints

Archaeologists have recently discovered human footprints on a beach on Calvert Island, northeast of Vancouver Island, Canada. These footprints appear to date back to 13,000 years ago. That would mean these are... Read more »

The Aboriginal Women’s Survey team is resuming despite a wave of resignations

Following the concerns raised by the wave of resignations on the team of the National Survey of Missing and Deported Aboriginal Women and Girls (ENFFADA), Michèle Audette, one of the five commissioners,... Read more »
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Navajo Nation Wells Fargo Lawsuit Could Get Ugly

Navajo Nation files 50 million dollar lawsuit against Wells Fargo Wells Fargo may very well be the largest bank in America but that has not stopped the Navajo Nation from filing a... Read more »

Explosion of The Aboriginal Population Across Canada

The number of aboriginals has exploded in Canada and Quebec in the last 10 years, according to new census data released by Statistics Canada on Wednesday. Since 2006, the Aboriginal population –... Read more »

Advocator For Aboriginal Rights, Gord Downie Dead At 53

The tragically hip singer, Gord Downie, died Tuesday night at the age of 53, his family said on Wednesday. A statement on the singer’s official Facebook page, signed by the Downie family,... Read more »

Aboriginal Woman Attacked With Trailer Hitch Dies

Barbara Kentner, a 34-year-old native of Thunder Bay, died Tuesday morning after suffering injuries for more than five months. In January, she was hit by a trailer hitch thrown from a moving... Read more »
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Justin Trudeau Uses Canada’s 150 Celebration To Talk About Aboriginal Issues

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau believes that the 15 th anniversary of Confederation is the opportunity to “celebrate the achievements of our great country, to reflect on our past and at the present... Read more »

World Indigenous Nations Games Underway in Edmonton

The first day of competition for the World Indigenous Nations Games was held Sunday in the Edmonton area. A relaxed atmosphere hosted archery and canoeing events. The WIN Games were designed to... Read more »

Legal Chronicle: First Nations and Taxes

Marie-Claude André-Grégoire * is Innu and lawyer. She agreed to be our guide to the Indian Act, making us discover through her columns the ins and outs of a law with a colonialist... Read more »