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Mohawk Council of Akwesasne: Concerns about US border bill (02/18)
When 9/11 happened, the national media was quick to point to Akwesasne as the route terrorists used to enter the country, and for weeks this information was shared around the world erroneously.

EPA decision anticipated on mine opposed by Alaska Natives (02/16)
The Pebble Mine would be one of the largest gold-mining operations in the world.

Opinion: Tribute to the late Blackfoot scholar Narcisse Blood (02/16)
There are so many people in Indian country processing the loss of our Blackfoot scholar, philosopher, activist, teacher, ceremonialist, healer, family member and friend, Tatsikiistamik (Middle Bull) Narcisse Blood.

Mother seeks to draw more attention to missing Native men (02/05)
In the Northwest Territories, more Native men than Native women have gone missing.

Leader of First Nation welcomes Guardian Angels to reserve (02/05)
Chief Georjann Morriseau said the band needs support in its battle against drugs, crime and the sex trafficking industry.

EPA urges another look at emissions from Keystone XL Pipeline (02/04)
President Obama has said greenhouse gas emissions will be a factor in his decision on the permit for the project.

Phil Baird: Looking back at early days of the Indian rodeo circuit (02/02)
In 1912, the Rosebud Sioux Reservation town of White River, S.D. held its first Independence Day celebration with bronco busting, roping contests, and a 'sham' battle by the local Indians.

Opinion: Celebrate the Native origin of the Seattle Seahawks logo (01/29)
Sometime in the 19th century, on the soggy, green coast of Vancouver Island, an artist sat down with some fresh cedar.

Native mayor promises to change city's reputation as most racist (01/22)
Maclean's magazine labeled Winnipeg, Manitoba, as the most racist city in Canada.

Native girl who refused chemotherapy treatment dies at age 11 (01/21)
Makayla Sault made headlines when she turned to traditional methods of healing for her leukemia.

Genetic intolerance to sugar found in Inuit population in Canada (01/20)
An estimated 3 percent suffers from a genetic intolerance to sucrose.

Authorities treating arson at First Nation's office as a hate crime (01/20)
Racist graffiti was found inside the structure after the fire, which caused $40,000 in damage.

Blood Tribe police form task force in response to drug problems (01/20)
Tribal members believe 10 deaths can be linked to a fake prescription drug.

Canadian man cleared of federal charges in eagle feather case (01/15)
John P. Volpe is from the Nipissing First Nation but isn't enrolled in a U.S. tribe.

Native students subjected to experiments at residential school (01/12)
A researcher who came across the study said the children were exploited.

Don Marks: Native people ignored in push for education reform (01/12)
First Nations' history and culture was never considered important in education for most of the 20th century.

Al Jazeera: Mohawk people spend lives on both sides of border (01/12)
Miss the roadside signs welcoming you to Akwesasne and it can be hard to know you've arrived - possibly in another country.

Native leader sues teacher over racist comments on Facebook (01/09)
The suspended teacher posted racist and disparaging comments about Native people and about Grand Chief Derek Nepinak.

Opinion: Poor health of Native peoples linked with colonization (01/08)
I have learned that for many indigenous peoples there can be no health without healing, and no healing without reconciliation and restitution.

Doug George-Kanentiio: A 2015 update on the Iroquois population (01/06)
The determination of the Iroquois, among many other native nations, to endure defied the political, religious and cultural trends at that time.

Dave Courchene: Spirit Tour aims to inspire us to walk together (12/29)
As the Original free and independent Peoples of this land, we have the distinction of being the roots of our homeland.

Doug George-Kanentiio: War of 1812 solved nothing for Mohawks (12/16)
By December of 1814 the war between the US and Britain was coming to a close.

Assembly of First Nations elects Perry Bellegarde as new leader (12/11)
The new chief said Canada won't be able to approve energy projects without the consent of First Nations.

First Nation offers reward for information about missing man (11/26)
Colten Pratt, 26, was last seen on November 6.

First Nations face loss of funds over failure to submit salaries (11/26)
The Onion Lake Cree Nation filed suit to prevent the government from cutting its funds.

Agency wanted Native woman to buy ancestral home site (11/12)
Darlene Necan faces a fine of at least $10,000 for building a home on land that belongs to the province of Ontario.

Two charged with attempted murder in attack on Native girl (11/12)
The 16-year-old Native girl remains in intensive care after being left for dead in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Native woman heads to trial for purchasing eagle feathers (11/12)
Rachel CrowSpreadingWings is representing herself and will argue that she has a constitutional right to buy and possess eagle parts.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Deskaheh was hero to the Iroquois (11/12)
Traditional Iroquois place a high value on community service, humility and generosity.

Gord Peters: Honor sacrifices of Native veterans in Canada (11/11)
The grand chief of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians reflects on the contributions of Native veterans.

Native woman charged for building home on ancestral land (11/10)
After trying to find housing for years, Darlene Necan took matters into her own hands.

Opinion: Mohawk First Nation bars mixed-race couples on land (11/06)
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake is facing a challenge to a law that requires Mohawk women whose partners are non-Native to leave the reserve.

First Nations to boycott largest newspaper publisher in Canada (11/05)
A recent column blamed Native people for the high rates of violence against Native women.

Brian Bowman - first Metis mayor in Winnipeg - sworn into office (11/05)
The city's new leader, who has Cree ancestry from his mother, is a political newcomer.

Vice: Hip-hop artist Drezus on new journey after jail sentence (10/29)
A profile of a Native hip-hop artist who has a new perspective on life after serving time in prison on drug charges.

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