HAWAII – Last week, Mayor of Hawaii’s Big Island, Bill Kenoi, signed into law bill 113, which bans new GM crops from being grown.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper may have boycotted the Commonwealth meeting in Sri Lanka last week, but he still managed to reach the summit of hypocrisy.
On Halloween this Thursday children will dress as little ghosts and goblins and travel from home to home with the threat of a trick being perpetrated against the homeowner if
BERLIN, GERMANY – Germany’s fascination with the Haudenosaunee people, and all North American Indigenous cultures, was once again made evident as the Federal Republic of Germany opened an exhibit of Iroquoian art, historical artifacts and information called, “On the Trails of the Iroquois.” The exhibit will run for the month of November and is expected to draw tens of thousands of museum visitors.
Clair Heath is originally from the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation where she grew up. Later in life she moved to California where she has been for the
The MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba was the setting for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA 2013) main event, televised by APTN. Thousands of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from across
LAMBETH, ON – Over 300 delegates from Quebec, Ontario, New York State, and Wisconsin attended the recital of the Rotinohsionni master narrative called the Kayanerensherakowa or the Great Law of Peace at