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Inuvialuit folk-rocker Willie Thrasher off to perform in U.K.
Willie Thrasher, a residential school survivor from N.W.T. has used music to reclaim his Inuvialuit culture. He is in London for the first time to perform at Light in the Attic's 16th anniversary.
End of the road: Greyhound makes final passenger trip on B.C.'s Highway of Tears
On May 31, a Greyhound passenger bus that services B.C.'s Highway 16 pulled out of the Prince George terminal for the last time.
Montreal pledges to return Indigenous remains to Kahnawake
The City of Montreal will surrender thousands-year-old Indigenous human remains in its possession within a year as part of its commitment to reconciliation, mayor Valérie Plante announced Thursday.
Statistics Canada report shows Indigenous offenders continue to fill Sask. jails and prisons
A Statistics Canada report reveals that Indigenous offenders are overrepresented in Saskatchewan jails and prisons.
Kehewin Cree Nation's journey for healing and forgiveness
Little difference between U.S. child detention and CFS, says Indigenous advocate
Message of National Indigenous Peoples Day should be heard all year, Elijah Harper's son says
Land deal between First Nation and BC Hydro could breathe new life into Vancouver Island hamlet
Little Grand Rapids evacuees to be flown back home starting Saturday
National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrated from coast to coast to coast
Teepee back up at Sask. Legislature 3 days after camp members arrested by police
Piikani First Nation woman helping build bridges between business and Indigenous communities
Anishinaabe artist designs Twitter Turtle Island emoji for Indigenous History Month
Regina celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day at Victoria Park
How National Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated in Montreal
National Indigenous Peoples Day underway in Saskatoon and Regina
'In the true spirit of reconciliation': Island students gather at Abegweit First Nation for Mawi'omi Day
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