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First Nations

I have spent my adult life trying to undo the impacts of my grandmother's "voluntary" enfranchisement seven decades ago.
They are more of a policy performance measure than a true indicator of water security and well-being.
If passed, the holiday would coincide with Orange Shirt Day.
A new generation of parents-to-be seeks cultural connection, holistic health care and healing.
Ontario will join Manitoba and B.C. in putting an end to the use of birth alerts.
The Critical Infrastructure Defence Act bans protests at pipelines, oilsands sites, and railways.
Jacob Sansom and Morris Cardinal were hunting on Crown land, which is a protected right.
An outbreak will have devastating consequences, especially to fly-in and remote communities.
Chloé Germain-Thérien’s gorgeous drawings aim to offer “a path towards understanding."
Lack of access to clean water is something that has long existed in this country, and it still does today.
Charlie Angus had some sharp exchanges with the Green Party leader on Twitter.
Project Reconciliation says the investment will help alleviate First Nations poverty.
Expect more court battles as long as the Crown has no duty to consult with Indigenous groups before passing laws.
One year ago I attended a rally at the courthouse to lend Colten Boushie's family my support.
Our child welfare system is broken, and Moe's government has done nothing to find a solution.
“It helps plant a seed that there’s people here before you, these are the lands that they’re on, and they’re still here."
"I'm ready to hear them say that they can’t help us."