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Filed Under: Canada
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.

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

Filed Under: Canada
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.

Filed Under: Canada
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.

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

Filed Under: Canada | Law
Man charged for murders of two Native women in Saskatchewan (05/09)
A Saskatchewan man has been charged for murdering two Native women.

Filed Under: Canada | Education | Opinion
Doug Cuthand: Native education reform bill being rushed through (05/02)
Doug Cuthand says the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations must move quickly to oppose the controversial First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act.

Filed Under: Canada
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopts budget cuts (03/27)
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopted budget cuts at a special meeting on Wednesday.

Filed Under: Canada
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations considers finances (03/26)
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is holding a special meeting today to discuss budget issues.

Filed Under: Canada | Opinion
Letter: Mascot critics 'insecure' with their own tribal heritage (03/19)
Writer doesn't understand why Native people are upset by stereotypical portrayals of their culture.

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Cheerleaders criticized for dressing as cowboys and Indians (03/17)
The president of the University of Regina apologized after the cheer team was photographed in cowboys and Indians outfits.

Filed Under: Canada
Child reported missing after blaze destroys home on First Nation (03/03)
A nine-year-old girl is missing and presumed dead after a fire destroyed her family's home on the Witchekan Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan.

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Native teenager defends shirt as treaty rights statement (01/15)
A school in Saskatchewan says it won't stop a Native student from wearing a shirt that generated controversy.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Canada | Environment
Neil Young to perform benefit shows for First Nation in Alberta (12/11)
Neil Young will perform four benefit shows in January for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in Alberta.

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Native students look to break free from residential school era (11/18)
Canada is home to 600,000 young Native people and many are working hard to succeed in higher education in light of the difficulties their ancestors faced at residential schools.

Filed Under: Canada | Opinion
Column: First Nations starved to death to make way for railroad (10/21)
Writer discusses how Native people were starved out of their homelands by the Canadian government.

Filed Under: Canada | Education
Professor complains Native pipe ceremony excludes women (09/18)
A professor at the University of Saskatchewan is drawing controversy for comments he made about a Native pipe ceremony on campus.

Filed Under: Canada
Death of six-year-old boy on reserve treated as a homicide (08/28)
A six-year-old boy who was fatally injured on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Saskatchewan is being laid to rest on Friday.

Filed Under: Canada
Siksika First Nation suffers widespread damage due to floods (06/24)
Flooding on the Siksika Nation in Alberta. Photo @tendayjourney on Twitter The Siksika Nation in Alberta has suffered severe damage due to flooding. More than 1,000 people have been...

Filed Under: Canada
Study reports high poverty rate for Native children in Canada (06/19)
Forty percent of Native children in Canada are living in poverty, the highest rate in the country, according to a new report. The report from the Canadian Centre for Policy...

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