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Opinion: A troubling relationship with Native people in Canada (07/25)
Jake Flanigan of The New York Times explores Canada's treatment of Native people.

Two Native girls charged with assault for hockey game brawl (07/24)
A coach said referees at the game were making racist remarks at the players.

Donna Ennis: Open border to indigenous sisters and children (07/22)
Donna Ennis calls on the United States to open the border to indigenous women from Canada and indigenous children from Mexico and Central America.

Native youth hospitalized after being shot by police officer (07/22)
The shooting occurred at a baseball field in front of a number of children.

First Nations leader in Manitoba faces scrutiny on spending (07/22)
Grand Chief Stephen Harper used the organization's credit card for guitars, car repairs and flights for his girlfriend.

A Tribe Called Red breaks ties with founding member DJ Shub (07/18)
The group's website, Facebook and Twitter accounts no longer list DJ Shub.

Judge hears dispute over fate of residential school documents (07/17)
Residential school survivors submitted information about abuse they suffered.

Native woman who suffered vicious attack remains in hospital (07/17)
Marlene Bird is grateful for the public support she has received since the June 1 incident.

Assembly of First Nations to elect national chief this December (07/17)
Former chief Shawn Atleo resigned unexpectedly in May.

Macleans: Educational reforms for Native children out of reach (07/16)
Maclean’s associate editor Tamsin McMahon explores some of the reasons why educational reforms on First Nations have been elusive.

Native mother plans to file suit over son's death in Alberta jail (07/16)
Edward Snowshoe, 24, had been kept in solitary confinement for 162 consecutive days.

Fort McKay First Nation blames shortfall for lack of per capita (07/11)
At one point, band members were receiving more than $10,000 a year.

First Nations in British Columbia stake claim to ancestral land (07/11)
At least three bands are moving quickly to assert their title to ancestral lands.

Chelsey Luger: Interview with VICE producer on Native gangs (07/11)
Chelsey Luger interviews VICE News producer Nilo Tabrizy about Native gangs in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Peter d'Errico: Native Nations still fighting regimes of domination (07/09)
Peter d'Errico discusses how Native title has been treated differently in the U.S. and Canadian courts.

Column: Native title decision poses major test for government (07/02)
Columnist discusses the landmark Native title decision in Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia.

First Nations from British Columbia win major land title decision (06/26)
Landmark decision recognizes Native rights to their aboriginal territory.

Court to hear dispute over residential school documents in July (06/19)
Survivors submitted testimony and documents regarding abuse they suffered.

First Nations prepared for battle over pipeline through territory (06/18)
Energy firm promises to work with Native communities along the route.

Native woman remains in hospital after attack in Saskatchewan (06/16)
Authorities say solving the case is a top priority.

Native woman in stable condition after attack in Saskatchewan (06/09)
Marlene Darlene Bird, 47, suffered severe burns and had to have one of her legs amputated.

Inquest in death of Native man at emergency room concludes (06/09)
Brian Sinclair was ignored for 34 hours at a hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Suspect charged for 2006 murder of Native woman in Manitoba (06/02)
Myrna Letandre was murdered in September 2006.

British Columbia man on trial for 2010 murder of Native woman (06/02)
Cynthia Frances Maas was Native mother who was killed in 2010.

Opinion: Energy development isn't only option for First Nations (05/26)
Writers discuss how energy development debates are affecting First Nations in Ontario.

Editorial: Take action for missing and murdered Native women (05/23)
Newspaper calls on Canadian government to take action and address the large number of missing and murdered Native women.

Authorities investigate mutilated bear found on First Nation (05/22)
Bear was found on reserve with its paws cut off.

KRBD: Tribes in Alaska and First Nations team up for mining fight (05/21)
Tribes in Alaska and First Nations in British Columbia are working together to address mining issues on both sides of the border.

Ojibwe girl who refused chemotherapy won't be placed in care (05/20)
Ten-year-old Ojibwe girl has been relying on traditional medicine.

RCMP cites high number of missing and murdered Native women (05/19)
Nearly 1,200 Native women have gone missing or have been murdered between 1980 and 2012.

Residential school survivors want testimony kept confidential (05/15)
Stories of abuse could be made public by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Report released into death of boy on reserve in Saskatchewan (05/15)
Six-year-old boy was killed and authorities said a 10-year-old boy was to blame.

Hospital reports Native family for using traditional treatments (05/15)
Children's Aid Society plans to meet with leaders of the New Credit First Nation to discuss treatment for 11-year-old girl who suffers from leukemia.

Native woman faces charges over fatal crash in Saskatchewan (05/14)
Cheyann Peeteetuce faces charges in connection with the deaths of two teenage students.

Editorial: Return to table for reforms of First Nations education (05/14)
Newspaper calls on Native leaders and the Canadian government to return to the table to discuss the future of the First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act:

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