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H2O Innovation wins water reuse project, two First Nations projects. Oct 5, 2021 295
First Nations Garden: Walk through a botanical garden in Montreal to witness Indigenous history and traditions exemplified by varied landscapes and hundreds of native plant cultivars. Roberts, Kale Oct 1, 2021 2464
A LIGHT IN THE DARK One Catholic laywoman's vocation to make life better for children and young adults across Alaska. Albino, Joseph X.; Sanna, Emily Oct 1, 2021 2347
NINAS Grand March: Banji Akintoye Rallies Southern, Middle-Belt Indigenous Citizens In US, Canada. Sep 23, 2021 565
Barriers to Including Indigenous Content in Canadian Health Professions Curricula. Doria, Nicole; Biderman, Maya; Sinno, Jad; Boudreau, Jordan; Mackley, Michael P.; Bombay, Amy Sep 22, 2021 8403
The Unwritten Constitutional Principles and Environmental Justice: A New Way Forward? Galloway, Mari Sep 22, 2021 14793
Mikisew Cree: A Lost Opportunity for Doctrinal Clarity on Constitutional Principles. Martin, Abra Sep 22, 2021 19802
Reconciliation and the Straitjacket: A Comparative Analysis of the Secession Reference and R v. Sparrow. Hamilton, Robert; Nichols, Joshua Sep 22, 2021 22104
Eyes wide open. Sanna, Emily Sep 1, 2021 448
INGINE inks Canada deal to develop onshore wave energy system. Aug 6, 2021 373
Weeping Goes Unheard. Aug 1, 2021 342
"Errors were made:" Public attitudes regarding reconciliation and education in Canada. Wotherspoon, Terry; Milne, Emily Aug 1, 2021 10343
"This space is not for me": BIPOC identities in academic spaces. Kowlessar, Kristen; Thomas, Cheyanne Aug 1, 2021 1547
More graves found in Canada. Jul 23, 2021 184
Time to abandon cultural chauvinism. Jul 16, 2021 935
How harmony must outweigh hegemony. Jul 16, 2021 963
Canada's PAL secures essential First Nation route contract. Jul 13, 2021 563
Graves in Canada reflect Catholic logic of Indigenous vanishment: COMMENTARY. Holscher, Kathleen Guest commentary Jul 9, 2021 1263
Editorial: Challengng Rural Stereotypes. Guenther, John; Ledger, Susan Editorial Jul 1, 2021 1063
Horrors of colonialism. Jun 28, 2021 312
Canadian indigenous group finds 751 unmarked graves at former residential school. Reuters News Service Jun 24, 2021 408
Caribou Keepers: The Dunne-za and Saulteau First Nations are helping pull local caribou populations back from the brink. Polley, Benjamin Alva Jun 22, 2021 3877
Carefully Considered Words: The Influence of Government on Truth Telling about Japanese Canadian Internment and Indian Residential Schools. Matsunaga, Jennifer Report Jun 22, 2021 10220
Toppling Colonialism: Historians, Genocide, and Missing Indigenous Children. Millions, Erin Jun 22, 2021 1536
Murdering and burying identities. Jun 4, 2021 808
Discovery of children's remains reopens wounds among indigenous survivors of colonial Canadian schools. Reuters News Service Jun 3, 2021 584
Indigenous groups call for Canada-wide search after remains of 215 children found. Reuters News Service Jun 1, 2021 403
Reconciling with capitalism: Selling Crown land to settle with First Nations. Whiteside, Heather Jun 1, 2021 8254
Aotearoa Histories: Decolonizing and reindigenizing church and society in New Zealand. Kaa, Hirini Jun 1, 2021 996
THE BUZZ | MORE THAN 200 BODIES FOUND AT INDIGENOUS SCHOOL IN CANADA. May 31, 2021 174
LATEST COMPANY NEWS. May 18, 2021 30780
What Needs to be Done if Canada Wants to Remove the Monarch? Tuttle, Myrna El Fakhry May 1, 2021 1551
Fears for teacher missing for 4 days who was 'stressed about impact of Covid'; Darren Blyth, 55, was last seen at around 7pm on Wednesday when he went to Hawthorn Dene, a nature reserve not far from his home in Trimdon Station in County Durham, to take some photos. By, Naomi Corrigan & Chiara Fiorillo Apr 18, 2021 584
Denison Mines announces execution of agreements with English River First Nation. Apr 6, 2021 281
LATEST COMPANY NEWS. Apr 1, 2021 17512
'Canada needs healing': Bishop Isaiah Beardy on Bill C-15 and UNDRIP. Kidd, Joelle Apr 1, 2021 1599
"Taking our blindfolds off": acknowledging the vision of First Nations peoples for nursing and midwifery. Sherwood, Juanita; West, Roianne; Geia, Lynore; Drummond, Ali; Power, Tamara; Stuart, Lynne; Deravin Apr 1, 2021 190
THE POWER OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE LEARNING. Leddy, Lianne Mar 22, 2021 677
Considering Our Relatives: INDIGENOUS CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND ENVIRONMENTALISM. Cooper, Nancy Mar 22, 2021 2574
Sharing Indigenous Foods Through Stories and Recipes. Skinner, Kelly; Neufeld, Hannah Tait; Murray, Emily; Hajto, Suzanne; Andrews, Laurie; Garrett, Anne Report Mar 1, 2021 3709
Advancing the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation under International Law: Human rights vs. investor rights. Lark, David Mar 1, 2021 1743
FAMOUS CASES | Criminal Sentencing of Aboriginal Offenders: Gladue. Bowal, Peter; Shahani, Malhar Mar 1, 2021 1374
Off the Shelf--Indigenous picture books for middle years. Faulkner, Julie Feb 1, 2021 839
Increasing Incidence of Invasive Group A Streptococcus Disease in First Nations Population, Alberta, Canada, 2003-2017. Tyrrell, Gregory J.; Bell, Christopher; Bill, Lea; Fathima, Sumana Report Feb 1, 2021 5228
Indigenization, institutions, and imperatives: Perspectives on reconciliation from the CSA decolonization sub-committee. Cote, Rochelle; Denis, Jeff; Watts, Vanessa; Wilkes, Rima Report Feb 1, 2021 7153
Life at the frontline: the realities medics have to deal with; The photographs of hospital theatre operator Glenn Dene have captured an important glimpse inside a Welsh intensive care unit during this devastating second wave of coronavirus. As these images show, the pressures facing the NHS and its dedicated staff are only too apparent. FFION LEWIS reports, with pictures by Glenn Dene. Jan 11, 2021 832
Life at the frontline: the realities medics have to deal with; The photographs of hospital theatre operator Glenn Dene have captured an important glimpse inside a Welsh intensive care unit during this devastating second wave of coronavirus. As these images show, the pressures facing the NHS and its dedicated staff are only too apparent. Ffion Lewis reports, with pictures by Glenn Dene. Jan 11, 2021 818
Comparing Canada's Corrections to Europe, the United States and Aboriginal Communities. Davison, Charles Jan 1, 2021 1656
CURING TOXIC RACISM. Leddy, Lianne Jan 1, 2021 666
First Nations, employment, and "deaths of despair". Richards, John Jan 1, 2021 4779
Land-based healing: I do not say I own this land. I say instead, this land owns me.. Johnson, Harold Jan 1, 2021 1079
Raising Salmon: In British Columbia, First Nations' diverse approaches to fish-farming highlight the tension between economic opportunity and preserving cultural and ecological values. Moskowitz, David Jan 1, 2021 3686
CHARLES: LISTEN TO NATIVE PEOPLES ON GREEN ISSUES; Prince's plea to 'restore balance'. TOM PARRY Special Correspondent Dec 30, 2020 158
Charles: LISTEN TO NATIVE PEOPLES ON GREEN ISSUES; Prince's plea to 'restore balance'. TOM PARRY Special Correspondent Dec 30, 2020 158
Charles: LISTEN TO NATIVE PEOPLES ON GREEN ISSUES; is Prince's plea to 'restore balance'. TOM PARRY Special Correspondent Dec 30, 2020 158
Breakdown. Poitras, Colette Dec 22, 2020 229
Identifying the gaps: A scoping review of urban Indigenous health and wellness studies in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Hayward, Ashley; Cidro, Jaime Report Dec 22, 2020 12994
Nigeria's First Nation CEO charged with fraud. Dec 2, 2020 303
SYNERGY: THE DENE NATION. Lamb, Annette Dec 1, 2020 185
From colonization to reconciliation: Increasing the collaborative capacity of public servants. Lachance, Nathalie; Rose, Teresa Dec 1, 2020 8056
'Taking the photos has really helped me get up in the morning' NHS worker Glenn Dene has captured harrowing scenes documenting the frontline of Wales' coronavirus pandemic, as Ffion Lewis reports... Ffion Lewis Nov 14, 2020 639
'Taking the photos has really helped me get up in the morning' Photographer and NHS worker Glenn Dene has captured harrowing scenes documenting the frontline of Wales' coronavirus pandemic at one Welsh hospital, as Ffion Lewis reports... Nov 14, 2020 799
LATEST COMPANY NEWS. Nov 12, 2020 19578
Canada condemns attacks in indigenous fishing dispute. Reuters News Service Oct 19, 2020 354
Osisko Gold signs agreement with Lhtako Dene Nation for Cariboo Gold Project. Oct 13, 2020 152
"I Used to Think You Were Just a Story": Imagined Violence in Elle-Maija Tailfeathers' A Red Girl's Reasoning. Barrie, Hannah Critical essay Oct 1, 2020 5995
PRAIRIE Gazette. Sep 22, 2020 4205
POLICE ENFORCE COLONIAL VALUES. Leddy, Lianne Sep 22, 2020 648
Understanding Roles and Relationships: Teachers' Work in a Northern Ontario Remote First Nations Community. Burleigh, Dawn Sep 22, 2020 8574
Decolonizing our descriptions, unsettling our practice. Parson, Laurel Sep 1, 2020 1138
THE HORWOOD MEMORIAL LECTURE: Learning and speaking First Nations Languages in Australia Jane Simpson Australian National University, ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language. Simpson, Jane Aug 1, 2020 4938
Dene development plan is back up and running. COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford Jul 3, 2020 505
Heartbreak in the Juukan Gorge: 'Embarrassingly out of Kilter' Law Destroys 46,000-Year-Old Aboriginal Sacred Sites. Pearson, Elizabeth Jul 1, 2020 5179
DUSTIN HENRY'S 5 GREAT CANADIAN INFLUENCES. Jul 1, 2020 419
Choice-less Choice for Rural Boarding Students and their Families. Guenther, John; Osborne, Sam Jul 1, 2020 7155
Is alcoholism First Nations' key dysfunction? Richards, John; Johnson, Harold R. Jun 22, 2020 1444
DRESSING DOWN THE RCMP. Leddy, Lianne Jun 22, 2020 713
Indigenous University Student Persistence: Supports, Obstacles, and Recommendations. Walton, Patrick; Hamilton, Kristen; Clark, Natalie; Pidgeon, Michelle; Arnouse, Mike Jun 22, 2020 10185
Invitations from the land and waters: Lessons from the Peace of Fort Garry. Voth, Daniel Case study Jun 22, 2020 7938
Improving First Nations water security through governance. Alcantara, Christopher; Longboat, Sheri; Vanhooren, Shanaya Jun 1, 2020 8901
For Indigenous groups, climate crisis could bring calamity. Rosen, Alan Jun 1, 2020 1363
The SIU men's basketball team opened the spring signing period by inking 6-8 for. Apr 21, 2020 379
Canada and 'First Nations'. Mar 24, 2020 568
RE-EVALUATING MORAL CULPABILITY IN THE WAKE Of GLADUE. Lee, Sujung Mar 22, 2020 12957
Judicial Reasoning Across Legal Orders: Lessons from Nunavut. Couturier, Don Mar 22, 2020 14015
GIVING BIRTH WHILE INDIGENOUS. Leddy, Lianne Mar 22, 2020 711
Indigenous Film Captures Resistance to Racism. Nicoll, Doreen Mar 22, 2020 989
TRUTH AND WRECKCONCILIATION. Rebick, Judy Mar 22, 2020 657
About this issue's cover: The True Meaning of Decolonization. Antliff, Allan Cover story Mar 22, 2020 1266
LATEST COMPANY NEWS. Mar 10, 2020 17628
What is Effective Research Communication? Towards Cooperative Inquiry with Nunavut Communities. Henri, Dominique A.; Brunet, Nicolas D.; Dort, Hillary E.; Odame, Helen Hambly; Shirley, Jamal; Gilc Report Mar 1, 2020 13019
Oakland County Turns 200. Mar 1, 2020 493
'There is truth here': Residential and day school student artwork displayed at exhibit. Gardner, Matt Feb 1, 2020 2278
The case for a just proportion of the church's wealth. MacDonald, Mark Feb 1, 2020 612
'Modicum of justice' for residential school dead. Folkins, Tali Feb 1, 2020 1665
Schools as "Really Dangerous Places" for Indigenous Children and Youth: Schools, Child Welfare, and Contemporary Challenges to Reconciliation. Milne, Emily; Wotherspoon, Terry Feb 1, 2020 7902
The effect of ethnicity on semen analysis and hormones in the infertile patient. Punjani, Nahid; Nayan, Madhur; Jarvi, Keith; Lo, Kirk; Lau, Susan; Grober, Ethan D. Feb 1, 2020 3798
First Nation community to ditch Canada's Perimeter Aviation. Jan 27, 2020 179
The perfect home in perfect location; This stunning two-bedroomed home in the centre of Jesmond Dene offers style and space, both inside and out. ANNE SOUTHBY takes a look. ANNE SOUTHBY Jan 18, 2020 184
First Nation sees value-added opportunities with industrial park: Fort William First Nation teams up with Thunder Bay to organize, promote on-reserve brownfield property. Ross, Ian Jan 1, 2020 878
Watching the (Re)calling of a Princess on Stage: On I Call myself Princess and Bearing Witness to Indigenous Histories through the Fantastic in Theatre. Bhat, Sheetala Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 6058
Getting a Quality Education: Indigenising Post-Secondary Institutions in Northern Ontario Through the Indigenous Quality Assurance Project. Ray, Lana; Bannerman, Deidre; Wabano, Mary Dec 1, 2019 7181
Co-management of Traditional Foods: Opportunities and Limitations for Food Security in Northern First Nation Communities. Cruickshank, Ainslie; Notten, Geranda; Wesche, Sonia; Ballegooyen, Kate; Pope, Geraldine Dec 1, 2019 15645
Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action across Intergovernmental Landscapes: Who Can and Should do What? Poirier, Johanne; Hedaraly, Sajeda Dec 1, 2019 15102
Province finances First Nation transmission project: Wataynikaneyap Power cashes up with $1.34 billion to advance power line work. Dec 1, 2019 411
Construction completed on the largest First Nation wind project in the country: Pattern Energy Group and Nigig Power Corporation announced the completion of Henvey Inlet Wind. Dec 1, 2019 545
Female driller grad maps a path to success: Sasha Michano is the first female graduate of NORCAT's diamond driller assistant program. Romaniuk, Colleen Dec 1, 2019 375
Webequie First Nation takes the lead on Ring of Fire supply road: Webequie First Nation hosts Thunder Bay open house to kick off EA process. Nov 1, 2019 666
Reconciliation in action. Nov 1, 2019 187
From Where I Stand: Rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a Stronger Canada. Brief article Nov 1, 2019 155
Believe it or not: Portuguese man of Indian origin wins island in Nova Scotia, Canada. Ashfaq Ahmed, Associate Editor - Online Oct 21, 2019 519
Dubai expat and Portuguese man of Indian origin wins island in Nova Scotia, Canada. Ashfaq Ahmed, Associate Editor - Online Oct 21, 2019 518
Orchard Dene - living with distinction. Oct 19, 2019 459
Indian-origin expat in Dubai wins a private island in Canada. Sarwat Nasir Oct 16, 2019 329
First Nations need to lead Far North growth: Eabametoong chief regards "nation-building" as key to developing local economies. Ross, Ian Oct 1, 2019 887
First Nations powerline technicians program up for national award. Oct 1, 2019 277
Addressing suicidality among Indigenous women, girls: Historical trauma and current social factors contribute to depression, PTSD, anxiety disorders. Roessel, Mary Hasbah; Neidhardt, Joe Oct 1, 2019 1592
Health disparities and outcomes in Canadian Indigenous patients with end-stage kidney disease. Lee, Veronica; Battistella, Marisa Oct 1, 2019 2752
Wolfe, Montcalm, and the Principles of Joint Operations in the Quebec Campaign of 1759. Finnan, Joseph; Gray, Lee P.; Perry, John H.; Lust, Brian Oct 1, 2019 4960
Canadian Utilities says Indigenous communties acquire 40% interest in APL. Sep 23, 2019 296
Achieving Certainty in Treaties with Indigenous Peoples: Small Steps Towards Adopting Elements of Recognition. Helis, John Sep 22, 2019 7120
Constitutionalizing (In)justice: Treaty Interpretation and the Containment of Indigenous Governance. Starblanket, Gina Sep 22, 2019 7234
Infusing Reconciliation into the Sentencing Process. Fehr, Colton Sep 22, 2019 3053
Les roles exerces par des enseignantes atikamekw a l'education prescolaire en contexte de jeu symbolique pour favoriser l'emergence de l'ecrit. Jacob, Elisabeth; Charron, Annie Report Sep 22, 2019 10025
Aligning Universities' Recruitment of Indigenous Academics with the Tools Used to Evaluate Scholarly Performance and Grant Tenure and Promotion. Louie, Dustin Report Sep 22, 2019 7768
My Heart Fills With Happiness. Smith, Monique Gray Sep 22, 2019 2515
INDIGENOUS STORIES. Howe, Meghan Recommended readings Sep 22, 2019 1125
Learning From Those on the Ice: The Impact of Bill C-75 on Nunavummiut. Richards, Cassandra Sep 22, 2019 14628
Indigenous approaches to healing in critical care settings: Addressing the Truth and Reconciliation Report's calls to action. Sanzone, Lia; Doucette, Elaine; Fansia, Nahal; Fu, Christine; Kim, Evelyn; Lo, Kim Phung; Malhi, Pav Report Sep 22, 2019 5315
IN SUPPORT OF INDIGENOUS CONNECTIONS: GENERAL DYNAMICS: Land Systems-Canada. Sep 1, 2019 423
MINERAL-RICH CLAY ARRIVES AT COAST SOUTHWEST. Sep 1, 2019 723
Moneta and Wahgoshig sign exploration agreement: First Nation gains company shares, community investment. Sep 1, 2019 412
Lac Seul becomes a regional conference hub: First Nation-owned events centre gaining popularity as meeting space. Ross, Ian Conference news Sep 1, 2019 743
20 wonderful waterfalls in Newcastle, Northumberland and County Durham; From High Force to Jesmond Dene, heavy rains see waterfalls at their best but then sunny days bring rainbows in the spray. Lesley Oldfield Aug 11, 2019 1304
Pensioner injured after being attacked by Staffordshire bull terrier and French bulldog; The 75-year-old woman was walking her dog on Coble Dene, near the Royal Quays Outlet Centre, when she was bitten by the dogs. Sonia Sharma Aug 7, 2019 287
Indigenous software-testing firm lands $2.6M: PLATO Testing established in the Sault in 2018. Aug 1, 2019 230
Indigenous Subarctic Food Systems in Transition: Amino Acid Composition (Including Tryptophan) in Wild-Harvested and Processed Meats. Spiegelaar, Nicole; Martin, Ian D.; Tsuji, Leonard J.S. Jul 31, 2019 11241
MJardin Group, RAMA First Nation release designs for cannabis campus. Jul 31, 2019 154
Pure Gold Mining Establishes Partnership with Canadian First Nations Wabauskang, Lac Seul. Jul 30, 2019 295
Pure Gold Mining Establishes Partnership with Canadian First Nations Wabauskang, Lac Seul. Jul 30, 2019 312
A meeting of the minds: Research hub aims to solve challenges in remote First Nations. Ross, Ian Jul 1, 2019 716
Junior miner, First Nation to go exploring for carbon credits: AurCrest Gold signs with leading carbon offset developer to find value from the trees. Jul 1, 2019 284
Harvesters put their skills on display: Forestry training program impresses equipment suppliers, develops regional workforce. Jul 1, 2019 715
First Nation mat supplier makes inroads north: Transmission line work has Moccasin Trails looking for Indigenous partner. Ross, Ian Jul 1, 2019 703
Northwest First Nations protest provincial Woodland Caribou Conservation Plan: Red Rock Chief won't be "force-fed" conservation plan that jeopardizes development, threatens communities. Ross, Ian Jul 1, 2019 887
Evacuee housing eyed for Timmins: CREE-Ative Structures proposes emergency housing centres for displaced community members. Kelly, Lindsay Jul 1, 2019 742
Yehyatonhserayenteri: A Haudenosaunee Model for Onkwehon:we (Indigenous) Education. Whitlow, Kawennakon Bonnie; Anderson, Vanessa Oliverm Kim; Brozowski, Kari; Tschirhart, Stephanie; C Report Jun 22, 2019 7264
NEW TRIAL IN GLADUE CASE. Jun 22, 2019 464
Lessons from a Trickster: Eden Robinson on Breaking all the Rules. Cram, Stephanie Jun 22, 2019 1445
BIIDAABAN: Art Installation Shines Light on Indigenous Languages, Ways of Knowing. Nicoll, Doreen Jun 22, 2019 718
THE INDIGENOUS EXPERIENCE OF EUROPEAN SCHOOLING IN NORTHERN ALBERTA. Ross, Campbell Jun 22, 2019 4362
The Aboriginal Peoples Committee Room of the Senate of Canada. Joyal, Serge Jun 22, 2019 1680
Claiming One's Place--A Bigger Role for Indigenous Peoples and Parliamentarians in Ottawa. Whyte, Danielle; Aglukkaq, Leona; Vandal, Dan; Pitawanakwat, Brock Jun 22, 2019 4379
Indigenous Parliamentarians Across Canada: By the Numbers. Jun 22, 2019 174
Sam Johnston, First First Nations Speaker in Canada. O'Hare, Caitilin Jun 22, 2019 892
Thinking the thinkable: A Conservative government: Some suggestions for Indigenous policy. Flanagan, Tom Jun 22, 2019 1634
Why One Dene Woman Took the Journey Back to her Ancestral Language. Jun 22, 2019 1511
We, the North: Of water, land, past and future, our stories need to be told. Jun 22, 2019 1314
K'eejit iidlii, Teetl'it K'eejit idii. Jun 22, 2019 1586
Forward Together. Miltenberger, Michael; Phare, Merrell-Ann Jun 22, 2019 1582
Lifeblood of the North: Caribou is legend, food, teacher, clothing and identity for many first peoples. Yeung, Emily Jun 22, 2019 589
Guardians of the Gudzih: Yukon program demonstrates how protecting caribou preserves a way of life across the North. Barichello, Joshua Jun 22, 2019 1600
Nunamin Ulihakvia (Learning from the Land): Community drives the award-winning climate adaptation project in Ulukhaktok, NWT. Meyers, Erin; Pearce, Tristan Jun 22, 2019 1700
Polar Stories: Culture, lore and spirit of the great white bear. Tuny, Syerra Jun 22, 2019 215
Why We Walk: Nga zhichige Nibi onji--We do it for the water. Jun 22, 2019 2493
Winning Precedent: The Peel land-use plan is strong because of the diversity of hearts, minds and hands. Berman, Tzeporah Jun 22, 2019 685
Interethnic solidarity in Joy Kogawa's novels: the faith of Japanese Canadians and First Nations people. Furukawa, Takuma Critical essay Jun 22, 2019 4473
Bridging Finance, Peguis First Nation partner to bring legal cannabis to First Nation communities. Jun 21, 2019 306
Bridging Finance, Peguis First Nation partner to bring legal cannabis to First Nation communities. Jun 21, 2019 304
Canadian probe assails 'genocide' of indigenous women. Amanda Coletta, Washington Post Jun 3, 2019 913
Canadian inquiry calls deaths of indigenous women 'genocide'. Reuters News Service Jun 3, 2019 294
'Joyful and fun and experimental': Messy Church program oners new approach to reconciliation education. Kidd, Joelle Jun 1, 2019 937
Constitutional Reconciliation and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Swiffen, Amy Jun 1, 2019 16918
Sam I Am: Actress Devery Jacobs's acting is magnificent, meditative, and thoroughly Mohawk. Anderson-Minshall, Diane Jun 1, 2019 894
Framing the governance lifecycle of First Nations--industry forestry collaboration in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Zurba, Melanie May 21, 2019 211
Nigeria's First Nation CEO accused of forged loan documents. May 17, 2019 176
Network closing gap between First Nation businesses and mining: Association of Indigenous Mining Suppliers to help link companies and services. McKinley, Karen May 1, 2019 596
Ontario Energy Board greenlights Watay Power project: Power line project passes major milestone to prepare for construction. May 1, 2019 482
Marten Falls piloting solar project: Ring of Fire-area First Nation community studying green power. May 1, 2019 221
First Nation, construction firm form partnership: Nipissing First Nation and Miller Paving to rebuild historical bridge. Dawson, Chris May 1, 2019 486
Matawa chiefs reject Ford gov't dumping Far North Act. May 1, 2019 365
New GM for First Nation logging company. May 1, 2019 364
Health care, education jobs transforming Thunder Bay's economy: First Nation partnerships key to restoring city's tarnished image as regional hub. Ross, Ian May 1, 2019 847
The Continuing Relevance of International Law in Canada. Parcasio, Marjun May 1, 2019 1388
Political Belief and Discrimination in Employment Law. Hunter, Troy May 1, 2019 1344
Dene used as dumping ground over Easter. Apr 25, 2019 217
Agreements seen as reconciliation: Ontario chiefs, ministry discuss experiences negotiating revenue-sharing agreements. McKinley, Karen Apr 1, 2019 856
A Canadian scandal that covers all the bases. Atkins, Michael Apr 1, 2019 723
Resolute Forest Products not honouring SFL agreement, says First Nations leader: Treaty 3 chief calls out forest products giant, throws support behind Fort Frances mill revival. Ross, Ian Apr 1, 2019 605
New association to focus on Indigenous housing. Apr 1, 2019 245
Software-testing firm pushing corporate Canada to do better: PLATO Testing established Sault office in September. Kelly, Lindsay Apr 1, 2019 1045
Decolonizing Child Welfare: Extended Families, Reduced Poverty at the Heart of New Models. Byle, Abigail Plantinga Mar 22, 2019 2464
Settler Colonialism and Labour Studies in Canada: A Preliminary Exploration. Camfield, David Essay Mar 22, 2019 12299
The Settler Order Framework: Rethinking Canadian Working-Class History. Burrill, Fred Mar 22, 2019 11923
Yukon. Kolody, Linda Mar 22, 2019 1393
THE STATE OF THE WEST PREDICTIONS OF 1874. Bell, Charles N. Essay Mar 22, 2019 4121
Joseph Elie Joubert: Language Keeper. Bruchac, Joseph Mar 22, 2019 1448
FROM RIGHTS RECOGNITION TO RECONCILIATION: REFLECTING ON THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA'S PROPOSED INDIGENOUS RIGHTS RECOGNITION FRAMEWORK. Cave, Joanne Mar 22, 2019 9691
Dene's 'jewel' may rise from the ashes; historic site may house a restaurant again, says parks trust. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@trinitymirror.com @danhollandnews Mar 21, 2019 469
Dene are jumping through Hoops after being crowned champions; schools basketball. Mar 19, 2019 222
Environmentalists employ new tactic: Shutting down pipelines. Associated Press Mar 10, 2019 630
Respect, transparency keys to First Nation, mining partnerships: Mining players share best practices at Indigenous procurement conference in Sudbury. Ross, Ian Conference news Mar 1, 2019 962
Sharing the natural wealth. Ross, Ian Mar 1, 2019 1093
Containers could be housing option. Ross, Ian Mar 1, 2019 770
A new business voice for Northern Ontario: Anishnawbe Business Professional Association makes its debut in March with PDAC appearance. Ross, Ian Mar 1, 2019 685
Rickford: province will deliver on Ring of Fire: Indigenous communities to reap the rewards, benefits of natural resource development. Ross, Ian Mar 1, 2019 1110
People Acquires Life Benefit Solutions to Boost Employee Benefits/Retirement Solutions Offerings in First Nation Market. Feb 20, 2019 181
People Acquires Life Benefit Solutions to Boost Employee Benefits/Retirement Solutions Offerings in First Nation Market. Feb 20, 2019 184
Pressure mounts for a seal harvest in B.C.: Growing markets in Asia will support sealing industry that can protect wild fish stocks and create 4,000 jobs say First Nations groups. Dawson, Fabian Feb 7, 2019 1144
Pressure mounts for a seal harvest in B.C.: Growing markets in Asia will support sealing industry that can protect wild fish stocks and create 4,000 jobs say First Nations groups. Dawson, Fabian Feb 7, 2019 1144
Facing the Monumental: Confronting the Legacies of Colonialism. Walker, Ellyn Jan 1, 2019 2116
Engaging Indigenous Legal Knowledge in Canadian Legal Institutions: Four Stories, Four Teachings, Four Tips, and Four Lessons about Indigenous Peoples in the Legal Academy. Lindberg, Tracey Jan 1, 2019 5380
Transparency Around Jurors and Verdicts Would Help Trial Fairness. McKechney, Robin Jan 1, 2019 1955
A Significant Human Rights Event for the Lubicon People. McKay-Panos, Linda Jan 1, 2019 870
HOW THE CHARTER CAN PROTECT INDIGENOUS SPIRITUALITY; OR, THE SUPREME COURT'S MISSED OPPORTUNITY IN KTUNAXA NATION. Williams, Kent Jan 1, 2019 11294
The Garth Stevenson affair. Chodos, Bob Jan 1, 2019 4166
Indigenous policy in Quebec: Four challenges: Friendly advice for the new minister, Sylvie D'Amours. Kelley, Geoffrey Jan 1, 2019 3580
Where the past is present: Indigenous child welfare and presentism. Eisler, Dale Jan 1, 2019 3036
Youth-Engaged Art-Based Research in Cape Breton: Transcending Nations, Boundaries, and Identities. Ostashewski, Marcia; Frey, Heather Fitzsimmons; Johnson, Shaylene Dec 22, 2018 10258
Temporary Special Measures: A Possible Solution to Get More Women Into Politics. Green, Julie Dec 22, 2018 1672
"A sad hiatus in our national history": Indigenous Representations in the Work of Nan Shipley, 1950s-1970s. Klassen, Jenna R. Dec 22, 2018 7904
Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada. Brief article Dec 22, 2018 165
Latest instalment in tale of soldiers; History buff discovers a facinating connection TOWWI. Alastair McNeill Dec 12, 2018 423
Old Barras Bridge once spanned the picturesque, tree-lined Pandon Dene in the heart of Newcastle; A rainy day at Barras Bridge in 1933 - and a historic Newcastle location, by DAVE MORTON. DAVE MORTON Dec 5, 2018 441
Hoop House Gardening in the Wapekeka First Nation as an Extension of Land-Based Food Practices. Thompson, Heather A.; Mason, Courtney W.; Robidoux, Michael A. Dec 1, 2018 12192
Financial capacity of First Nations in Canada. Report Dec 1, 2018 7248
Spinning wheels: Surmounting the Indian Act's impact on traditional Indigenous governance. Poucette, Terry Lynn Report Dec 1, 2018 9833
Maintaining accountability between levels of governance in Indigenous economic development: Examples from British Columbia, Canada. Hotte, Ngaio; Nelson, Harry; Hawkins, Tim; Wyatt, Stephen; Kozak, Robert Report Dec 1, 2018 10312
Understanding consultation and engagement of Indigenous Peoples in resource development: A policy framing approach. Boyd, Brendan; Lorefice, Sophie Report Dec 1, 2018 8752
From self-determination to service delivery: Assessing Indigenous inclusion in municipal governance in Canada. Heritz, Joanne Report Dec 1, 2018 8003
Struggling toward Indigenous representation and service improvement within the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development. Report Dec 1, 2018 9202
Tragic story of Cree Indian buried in city; RESEARCH CANADIANWW1 soldier, 19, died from pneumonia. Alastair McNeill Nov 28, 2018 636
Sakatchewan dentist has native Canadian brightly paint walls of his office. Nov 23, 2018 264
Cree Indian WW1 soldiers laid to rest at Top of Town; Local military historian investigates. Alastair McNeill Nov 14, 2018 328
Taiwan to host 2018 Indigenous Peoples Economic Development Forum. Nov 7, 2018 173
Sudbury-area base metals project shows open-pit potential: New Age Metals' River Valley moves to economic assessment phase. McKinley, Karen Nov 1, 2018 971
Indigenous gold explorer looks to power up First Nation communities: AurCrest Gold acquiring off-grid wind, solar generators to empower northwestern reserves. Nov 1, 2018 341
Indigenous area mission gets first suffragan bishop. Folkins, Tali Nov 1, 2018 513
BenchPress--Vol 43-2. Mitchell, Teresa Nov 1, 2018 770
Pakistan's HC in Ottawa observes Kashmir Black Day. Oct 29, 2018 205
Sunday lunch at Jesmond Dene House - was it worth the cost for Eddy Eats? This week our reviewer was at Jesmond Dene House in Newcastle for Sunday lunch; This week our reviewer was at Jesmond Dene House in Newcastle for Sunday lunch. Eddy Eats Oct 14, 2018 619
Scenes at Jesmond Dene in the 1980s; PARK WAS DONATED TO PEOPLE OF NEWCASTLE IN 1883. NOSTALGIA DAVE MORTON recalls the people and places of the North East EMAIL: david.morton.editorial@ Oct 12, 2018 403
Great news for hotel - the Masterchef is in the building; Jesmond Dene House's new executive head chef Danny Parker was headed for a career in the Army before catching the cooking bug. The military's loss is the hospitality industry's gain. Jane Hall catches up with the rising North East culinary star. Jane Hall Oct 6, 2018 1806
Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) - Amazon Expands in British Columbia with New Fulfillment Centre on Tsawwassen First Nation Lands at Deltaport -- 27/9/2018. Oct 3, 2018 664
Sexual Exploitation Prevention Education for Indigenous Girls. Louie, Dustin Essay Oct 1, 2018 9359
Ring of Fire consultation process in limbo: Exit of province's lead negotiator has Matawa chiefs wondering what's next? Ross, Ian Oct 1, 2018 670
First Nation, mining company tout business partnership. Oct 1, 2018 358
Delivering education to the community: North Bay training college eases opportunities for Indigenous learners. Kelly, Lindsay Oct 1, 2018 614
Game Changers for 10 Years: Partners and innovative ideas that have made a world of difference. Ziemerjnk, Mike Oct 1, 2018 1080
Understanding the factors influencing the Aboriginal health care experience. Ashworth, Alison Oct 1, 2018 3525
What Do First-Year University Students in Ontario, Canada, Know about First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Peoples and Topics? Schaefli, Laura; Godlewska, Anne; Korteweg, Lisa; Coombs, Andrew; Morcom, Lindsay; Rose, John Report Sep 22, 2018 10166
Niinwi-Kiinwa-Kiinwi: Building Non-Indigenous Allies in Education through Indigenous Pedagogy. Morcom, Lindsay; Freeman, Kate Report Sep 22, 2018 8811
Transforming ruin back into 'beating heart' of Dene. TONY HENDERSON Environment Reporter jnl.news@reachplc.com Sep 22, 2018 684
The First Honorary Fellow. Tidridge, Nathan Sep 22, 2018 1169
Strategic Incapacitation of Indigenous Dissent: Crowd Theories, Risk Management, and Settler Colonial Policing. Howe, Miles; Monaghan, Jeffrey Essay Sep 22, 2018 8339
Narratives of Place and Relationship: Bev Sellars's Memoir: They Called Me Number One. Dion, Susan; Griffith, Jane Critical essay Sep 1, 2018 9675
First Nations build future in forestry: Joint venture deal provides Agoke group jobs, economic benefits to three communities. Ross, Ian Sep 1, 2018 1291
BTIG, Pacific View Asset Management invest in Indigena Capital. Aug 28, 2018 279
BTIG, Pacific View Asset Management invest in Indigena Capital. Aug 28, 2018 277
Stoute's Melting Dew could be Group class; Spreadwise. Tom Collins Aug 24, 2018 326
BTIG and Pacific View Asset Management announce strategic investment. Aug 22, 2018 219
BTIG and Pacific View Asset Management announce strategic investment. Aug 22, 2018 217
Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill: Indigenous-private partnership aims to achieve 75 per cent First Nations employment. Aug 1, 2018 447
Cambrian College signs First Nation teachings into entire curriculum: College signs Indigenous Education Protocol in Sudbury to incorporate culture into academics and school life. McKinley, Karen Aug 1, 2018 705
IPEELEE AND THE DUTY TO RESIST. Denis-Boileau, Marie-Andree; Sylvestre, Marie-Eve Aug 1, 2018 23405
Men's Traditional: The Re-emergence or the "New style". Jones, Craig Aug 1, 2018 1004
The Iroquois Nationals Lose to Canada, But Show Huge Heart in Lacrosse Championship. Rosen, Armin Jul 20, 2018 245
First Nations Oweesta, Wells Fargo partner to launch USD 500,000 program for Native Americans. Jul 19, 2018 226
First Nations Oweesta, Wells Fargo partner to launch USD 500,000 program for Native Americans. Jul 19, 2018 224
The World Lacrosse Championships and Israeli Lobby Groups' Search for First Nations Allies. Jul 19, 2018 1194
Clone of Rights For Canada's First Nations. Jentry, Guest Contributor Jul 5, 2018 411
The Settler Grammar of Canadian History Curriculum: Why Historical Thinking Is Unable to Respond to the TRC's Calls to Action. Cutrara, Samantha Essay Jul 1, 2018 8691
Indigenous Public Legal Education--PLE from an Interconnected Worldview. Benson, Patti Laboucane; Choby, Alex Jul 1, 2018 1337
Being Indigenous in the sciences: Laurentian University engineering student speaks on how to get more Indigenous people into STEM programs. McKinley, Karen Jul 1, 2018 910
Northeast Cree team up with international mine builder: Missanabie Cree partners with Cementation on training, employment agreement. Jul 1, 2018 207
Forging new bonds with First Nations: Indigenous-led AurCrest Gold sees a shared future with remote communities. Ross, Ian Jul 1, 2018 1294
First Nation airs forest harvesting concerns: Lack of information over history, use of herbicides dominate talks. McKinley, Karen Jul 1, 2018 1028
Going green the high-tech way: Nipissing First Nation studying production-scale greeenhouse idea. Kelly, Lindsay Jul 1, 2018 835
Coffee for a cause: Birch Bark Coffee Co. to raise funds for clean water. Kelly, Lindsay Jul 1, 2018 770
Power line program produces first grads: $1.6-billion remote community power project could create close to 800 jobs. Strong, Graham Jul 1, 2018 813
Jesmond Dene to welcome summer season of outdoor theatre; David Walliams children's stories and Shakespeare classics will play out against backdrop of Newcastle beauty spot. Barbara Hodgson Jun 30, 2018 353
EDITORIAL: Too many Chiefs, not enough leadership in BC: The NDP has created a monster with the aquaculture veto-tenure announcement that will pit First Nation against First Nation, create economic chaos and clog up our courts. Dawson, Fabian Editorial Jun 28, 2018 749
Too many Chiefs, not enough leadership in BC: The NDP has created a monster with the aquaculture veto-tenure announcement that will pit First Nation against First Nation, create economic chaos and clog up our courts. Dawson, Fabian Jun 28, 2018 751
GoldCorp Inc. (TSX: G, NYSE: GG) - Goldcorp Signs Agreement with Three Ontario First Nations -- 6/6/2018. Jun 26, 2018 677
The Perils of Presentism. Jun 22, 2018 2698
CONTEMPORARY TOOLS OF DISPOSSESSION: THE CASHLESS DEBIT CARD TRIAL IN THE EAST KIMBERLEY. Klein, Elise; Razi, Sarouche Jun 22, 2018 7746
Child-separation: an ugly Canadian tradition. Editorial Jun 22, 2018 685
Goldcorp Inc. (TSE: G) - Goldcorp Signs Agreement with Three Ontario First Nations -- 6/6/2018. Jun 19, 2018 1357
36 hours in victoria, British columBia. Jun 12, 2018 1532
Goldcorp signs agreement with three Ontario First Nations. Jun 6, 2018 178
Keeping his memories alive: HOWARD SINCLAIR ANDERSON ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS SECOND WORLD WAR. Jun 1, 2018 776
First Nation concerns dominate Ring of Fire forum. McKinley, Karen Jun 1, 2018 1104
Playing politics with resource revenue sharing: Municipal leader wants mining, forestry benefits deal for all Northern communities. Ross, Ian Jun 1, 2018 1241
Pipelines and the Politics of Structure: Constitutional Conflicts in the Canadian Oil Sector. Hoberg, George Jun 1, 2018 14376
Federal Linear Energy Infrastructure Projects and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Current Legal Landscape and Emerging Developments. Wright, David V. Jun 1, 2018 21637
Watay Power lands funds: Ottawa provides $1.6 billion to advance northwest transmission line project. May 1, 2018 535
Why the UN's declaration on Indigenous rights has been slow to implement in Canada. Labbe, Stefan Reprint May 1, 2018 1609
Mystery 'illness' leaves one child dead and 14 in hospital from Native Canadian tribe; Medics were called to a household in the Stoney Nakoda First Nation on Wednesday morning. Steve Robson Apr 5, 2018 274
Northern Ontario leaders recognized by province: Freshwater Cuisine and Eabametoong First Nation named Rural Ontario Leaders. Awards list Apr 1, 2018 247
Call for prayers, action in the wake of Boushie case. Kidd, Joelle Apr 1, 2018 1028

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