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Discrimination case against Canada now in the hands of Human Rights Tribunal Commissioners
Program certifies Aboriginal artwork and designs
Movement to get Aboriginal vote out in Winnipeg now looking federal
Half of Inuit women report being sexually abused as children: Report
Enbridge stands ground, tells National Energy Board that Line 9 design is safe
First Nations chief gives lessons about Tsilhqot’in hangings 150 years later
Attack on Ottawa: Nation to Nation
Pimicikamak Cree Nation take hydro protest to Winnipeg
APTN’s Kent Driscoll reviews Jordin Tootoo’s new book
Robert Falcon-Ouellette gives inspiring speech after Winnipeg mayoral vote
Dramatic surveillance video reveals how Zehaf-Bibeau stormed Parliament Hill
Ottawa police now believe only one gunman involved in Wednesday’s shootings
Landlord demanding Aboriginal family pay rent for deceased mom
Plans for MMIW roundtable underway
Native American tribes join Coast Salish Nations in opposition of Kinder Morgan
PM Harper says ‘terrorist’ launched attack in Ottawa, links event to war against ISIS
Soldier shot in Ottawa, Parliament Hill in lockdown
Wildlife officials in Yukon still trying to figure out grizzly attack
Pimicikamak Cree Nation elder turns 100
Tonight on the Laughing Drum: The Northwest Passage and the fight against ISIS