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Data About The Magnitude of Abuse In Indigenous Communities Lacking.

Prominent Inuit politicians are urging Canada’s leaders — indigenous and otherwise — to protect children from the scourge of sexual abuse and suicide running through indigenous communities, saying no child

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What Can The Mass ‘Check-In’ At Standing Rock Tell Us About Online Advocacy?

What Can The Mass ‘Check-In’ At Standing Rock Tell Us About Online Advocacy? Leshu Torchin, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, University of St Andrews On Oct. 31, more than a

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Natives Standing Up To Wasteful Spending Of Band Chiefs

Justin Trudeau promised to repeal the First Nations Transparency Act. That Act has has now been repealed, and we can expect the 32nd report by the Auditor General revealing questionable

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Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric Flooding Begins

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador confirms that flooding of a reservoir at the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric site is underway. Premier Dwight Ball says initial flooding

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Why Is It That Armed White Militia Leaders Walk Free While Native Americans Face Police Violence?

Why Is It That Armed White Militia Leaders Walk Free While Native Americans Face Police Violence? A federal jury in Oregon on Thursday acquitted antigovernment militia leaders Ammon and Ryan

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Coalition Fight Polar Bear Designation That May Hurt Indigenous

Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) filed a petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling earlier this year.

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Lobbyist for Dakota Access Formerly Led Army’s “Restore Iraqi Oil” Program

Lobbyist for Dakota Access Formerly Led Army’s "Restore Iraqi Oil" Program Robert Crear, one of the lobbyists working for Dakota Access pipeline co-owners Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, formerly

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Dakota Biggest Native Stand In Decades

It’s not just about a pipeline. Native activists say Dakota battle is their biggest stand in decades. It started last April with two people from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

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Hunting Case That Sparked Outrage Over Treaty Rights Over

Guilty pleas end hunting case that sparked outrage over treaty rights – A case that sparked outrage from indigenous leaders over treaty rights has ended with two men from the

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Rampant Resource Development Puts Indigenous At Higher Risk of Violence

Decades of unchecked resource development and government policy failures have strained the social fabric of communities in northeast British Columbia (BC), Canada, and have put the lives and safety of

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Indigenous Economic Growth Benefits All

It doesn’t make for juicy front page headlines, but Aboriginal people are quietly engaged in the hard work of growing their local economies. Canadian businesses need to understand this, embrace

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Fort St. John ‘A Dangerous Place For Our Women,’

Fort St. John ‘a dangerous place for our women,’ indigenous activist says – “Life was good. I remember being so happy and it was perfect. It was the cherry on

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Indigenous Domain Names

Indigenous Domain Names For Sale By An Indigenous Company. A $25,000 Minimum Asking Price Tag On All Domains Regards Of

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Seeking Canadian Employers, Recruiters and Immigration Consultants

AROLAND FIRST NATION & OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA – The Ahki Job And Career Portal is a 100% Ojibwe owned and

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Kaska Dena Council

Kaska Dena Council – The Kaska Dena Council was formed as a Society in 1981 to advance interests of Kaska

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Russian oilpatch ignores rights, environment: aboriginal leader

IQALUIT, Nunavut – When you live in the middle of the Russian oilpatch, even the fish smell, says an aboriginal

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Media training to Indigenous communities in northern Ontario

New program brings media training to Indigenous communities in northern Ontario – Journalists for Human Rights, in partnership with the

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Fears Grow for Indigenous People in Path of Massive Ethiopian Dam

Fears Grow for Indigenous People in Path of Massive Ethiopian Dam – A United Nations mission is due to take

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The $40 Billion canal project dividing Nicaragua

The $40 Billion canal project dividing Nicaragua “The canal will not pass through an area with intense agricultural activity, it

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Indigenous turn to eco-tourism to protect ancestral forests

When Lukas Alfario Surya Dewanto arrived at the remote Sui Utik hamlet deep in the forests of West Kalimantan province

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Malaysia’s indigenous hit hard by deforestation

There is a lack of information on the ground, and villages don’t know when or even if their houses will

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The southern lights in Indigenous oral traditions

OPINION: Parts of Australia have been privileged to see dazzling lights in the night sky as the Aurora Australis –

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Florida dropping cease-and-desist orders against a health spa where two Ontario aboriginal girls travelled

Florida’s department of health is dropping two cease-and-desist orders against a health spa where two Ontario aboriginal girls travelled after

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Justice Gethin Edward found it was the right of mother to treat her daughter with indigenous medicine.

Ontario may appeal ruling allowing girl, 11, to be taken off chemo – In J.J.’s case, McMaster Children’s Hospital sought

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Ahki Job Portal focuses on Indigenous, Aboriginal, First Nations, Inuit, Metis, Newcomer And Canadian Jobs.

Ahki Job Portal focuses on Indigenous, Aboriginal, First Nations, Inuit, Metis, Newcomer And Canadian Jobs OTTAWA, Canada — Employers Post

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Yukon College invites First Nations to sign Indigenous Education Protocol

Yukon College invites First Nations to sign Indigenous Education Protocol – Yukon College officials invited First Nations partners to sign the Canada Indigenous Education Protocol yesterday, a document designed to

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