Havasupai: Guardians Gather to Protect Sacred from Uraniu...
Photos Courtesy No Haul The Havasupai Tribal Council is hosting a three day gathering on Red Butte to defend the sacred land and water from uranium mining an...
Longest Walk 5 Walks into West Virginia Photos by Bad Bear
Photos by Western Shoshone Photojournalist Carl Bad Bear Sampson. Longest Walk 5 walks into West Virginia, from Kentucky, with the message of halting drug ab...
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Prime Minister Announces Space in Parliamentary Precinct ...
June 21, 2017 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that  the building at 100 Wellington Street in the National Capital Region, will serve as a space f...
Price tag for Muskrat Falls hydro megaproject rises by an...
    By Sue Bailey THE CANADIAN PRESS JOHN’S, N.L.- Costs for the Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador are up another $1 billion, a “...
NEWS: Nunavut to donate $25,000 for Greenland tsunami rel...
As money continues to pour in from Greenland’s Arctic neighbours to help those affected by the June 18 tsunami, Nunavut stepped up June 23 with a $25,000 don...
Money key: Leaders say damaged rail line to Churchill cou...
By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- Indigenous leaders say a broken train line that has cut off land access to Churchill in northern Manitoba could...
Trudeau to march in Toronto Pride Parade for a second tim...
TORONTO- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be returning to one of Canada’s largest Pride celebrations this weekend. Pride Toronto, organizers of the c...
NEWS: Former Nunavut Inuit leader plans run in Oct. 30 te...
With only four months to go until Nunavut’s territorial election, many wonder who will step forward as a candidate in their riding. At least one potential ca...
Nalcor to give update on Muskrat Falls after pledging to ...
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. _ Nalcor Energy is slated to give an update today on the $11.7-billion Muskrat Falls hydro development in Labrador. CEO Stan Marshall ...
Residential School Survivors Not Applying for Benefits Un...
June 19, 2017 Garnet Angeconeb, residential school survivor, has tried to help other survivors apply for benefits from the Indian Residential Schools Settlem...
Island Elders Luncheon
Annie Bob enjoyed lunch with Daniel R. Bob (left) and Jim Bob as they were served by Rosa Jamie (standing) and other volunteers at the Maht Mahs Gymnasium Ju...
Minister to Negotiate Settlement with Individual 60s Scoo...
June 15, 2017 Carolyn Bennett, Canada's Minister of Indigenous Affairs, stated that damages awarded to 60s scoop survivors will be awarded on a case-by-case ...
TODAY 4 #OTTAWAJAZZFESTIVAL: #Nunavut band #TheJerryCans ...
The Jerry Cans (www.ottawajazzfestival.com) Ottawa Jazz Festival opens this weekend with The Jerry Cans. The Ottawa Jazz Festival kicked off last night in Co...
Boxing Champion Jelena Mrdjenovich delivers keynote addre...
by John Copley (ANNews) – The final speaker at the Amiskwaciy Academy Graduation Ceremony held on June 8 at the Edmonton Inn, was boxing sensation, Jel...
Warm wishes and words of wisdom for Amiskwaciy Academy 20...
by John Copley (ANNews) – On Thursday June 8, Amiskwaciy Academy hosted its 2017 Graduation Ceremony and Dinner; this year’s celebration was held in th...
LETTERS: Nunavut family says goodbye to Johnny Karetak, 87
The Karetak family wishes to thank everyone for their love, prayers and generosity displayed to them from near and far. Johnny Karetak, of Arviat, Nunavut, p...
Rice retires from KFB
.. KFB Fire Chief and John Rice at Rice's retirement party yesterday. Greg Horn/Iorì:wase. .. After 38 years on the job at the Kahnawake Fire ...
NEWS: Nunavut court overrules public housing decision, av...
A judge’s 2015 intervention reinstating a Rankin Inlet single mother back onto her community’s public housing waitlist, after she moved away, has been overru...
NEWS: Where to see Prince Charles in Iqaluit during Nunav...
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have a full afternoon of both private and public events in Nunavut’s capital after taking their first steps on Ca...
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NEWS: Nunavut capital ponders settlement over Safety Act ...
The City of Iqaluit and three of its employees will spend the next few weeks pondering a settlement offer for numerous alleged violations of Nunavut’s Safety...
Law and Morality: Reflections on the Angela Cardinal Case
What constrains lawyer conduct? I don’t mean in terms of positive law – i.e., the codes of conduct or the decisions of the court. I mean at its source – what...
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Metis Child and Family Services hosts an outstanding Spri...
by John Copley (ANNews) – On May 20 and 21, 2017 Métis Child and Family Services (MCFS) hosted its Ninth Annual Métis Spring Festival, an extremely enj...
Red Warrior Camp Speaks -- June 21, 2017
RED WARRIOR CAMP SPEAKS Contact: Email: redwarriormedia@gmail.com "Mni Sose' called our Spirits.  From the four directions, we traveled alone or in caravans,...
Donate to Censored News -- Donations at all time low
Censored News has not received any donations during June. We are reader supported news, now in our 11th year, with more than 16 million pageviews. We have no...
People’s Choice: Eeyou Istchee’s candidates for Grand Chi...
It’s election time again for the Cree Nation Government’s top positions. This year will see a new Grand Chief and Deputy Grand Chief elected. Advance polls a...
Crees take advantage of opportunities at Stornoway’s Rena...
Growing up with the Troilus gold and copper mine on his family trapline, it’s only natural that Solomon Awashish of Mistissini gravitated towards a career in...
Caribou herd avoids zoo, Cree focus now on own dwindling ...
Quebec’s unilateral decision to relocate a caribou herd from the Val-d’Or region to the Zoo sauvage de St-Félicien has been reversed. Faced with a public out...
Pardinas: Mexico Needs an International Commission to Exp...
AFN signs memorandum of understanding with Trudeau govern...
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Prime Minister Trudeau signed a memorandum of understanding that sets out an ongoing engagement...
Talking to geese
In Kirkland Lake this past month, I had the opportunity to appreciate Niska (Canada goose) again. A couple of parent geese had decided to have their chicks o...
My throne speech
It’s that time of the decade again: the election for head honcho of the Crees of Northern Quebec. As I write this, there is little to speak of when it comes ...
Change and continuity
Every year the Nation enters stories we have published over the previous year in the Quebec Community Newspapers Association awards competition. Usually, it ...
NEWS: Canadian Arctic icebreaking and sealift season star...
The Canadian Coast Guard’s Arctic season is off to one of its earliest starts in 55 years. But the ice-breaking service will send in one less ship north than...
Arena Pavilion Grand Opening Taking Place This Friday Jun...
Ohiari:ha/June 20, 2017   The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is inviting all to attend the grand opening of the A’nowara’kowa Arena’s new outdoor pavilion.   Th...
The Nation receives multiple honours at newspaper awards ...
The Nation took home a total of 10 awards – plus an honourable mention – at the Quebec Community Newspaper Association’s awards gala in Sainte-Adele June 2. ...
From CBC’s I am Indigenous: Kluane Adamek
From the article published on CBC in June 2017: “I’m proud of who I am,” says Adamek, who counts residential school survivors among her relatives. “I’m proud...
Marion Crowe, Executive Director of FNHMA becomes the fir...
From the First Nations Health Managers’ Association press release issued June 22, 2017: The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) Board of ...
Cree fighter Michael Petawabano hopes to inspire youth wi...
Michael Petawabano took a major step toward achieving his boxing dream last May when he entered the ring for the first time at a gala event at the Chibougama...
NunatuKavut pleased that Province confirms commitment to ...
President Russell released a statement today welcoming yesterday's statement from Premier Ball confirming that the Province will follow through on the Muskra...
Fifth Bibliography on Access to Justice From National Sel...
The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) has published Version 5 of its Access to Justice Annotated Bibliography . From the description on the...
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