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Filed Under: Canada | Opinion
Washington Tribes: Pipeline project threatens Native way of life (02/17)
Leaders of four Washington oppose energy pipeline that would run from British Columbia to the Salish Sea.

Filed Under: Canada
Non-Native woman runs for chief of Burns Lake First Nation (01/21)
Pauline Goertzen, a non-Native woman, is in the running for chief of the Ts'il Kaz Koh First Nation in British Columbia.

Filed Under: Canada | National
Death of Mohawk activist John Boncore ruled as accidental (08/27)
The British Columbia Coroners Service said the death of Mohawk activist John Boncore was accidental.

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Study: Native people used for hunger experiments in Canada (07/17)
Native people in Canada were used for hunger experiments during the 1940s and 1950s, according to a new study.

Filed Under: Canada
Study links Native people in British Columbia to ancient remains (07/05)
Researchers have confirmed a genetic link between modern Native people in British Columbia and remains dating back 5,500 years.

Filed Under: Canada | Health
Native woman swims 32 miles to raise cancer research funds (07/01)
A Native woman from British Columbia swam 32 miles over the weekend to raise funds for cancer research.

Filed Under: Business | Canada | Environment
Tribes in US and Canada diversify into winemaking industry (06/11)
Several tribes in the U.S. and Canada have joined the wine-producing industry. The Osoyoos Indian Band in British Columbia got into the business in 2001. The tribe supplies grapes to...

Filed Under: Canada | National
John Boncore, Mohawk activist, passes in Canada at age 61 (05/07)
John Boncore, a Mohawk activist who once tried to arrest former president George W. Bush, died on March 13. He was 61. Boncore was found near his home on the...

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Residential school survivors host reunion in British Columbia (04/25)
Survivors of a residential school in British Columbia are hosting a month-long series of events. The survivors of the St. Joseph's residential school will meet for a reunion and dedicate...

Filed Under: Canada | Environment | National | Politics
Native Sun News: First Nations leaders slam Keystone XL study (03/11)
The following story was written and reported by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News Health & Environment Editor. All content © Native Sun News. Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Chief Allan Adam...

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