Brant gives Harper until the end of Feb for an inquiry

TYENDINAGA - Tyendinaga Mohawk activist Shawn Brant has given Prime Minister Steven Harper until the end of February to call a national inquiry into missing…

Family of Cheyenne Fox seek justice

In 2013, three young First Nations women met sudden and tragic deaths in Toronto within a three-month period. Even more startling is the fact that…

OPP refuse to press charges in Hwy 6 blockade

The Ontario Provincial Police, Cayuga Detachment has issued a statement saying that they will not be pursuing charges against Six Nations people who were responsible…

Brazeau and Harb formally charged with fraud

Suspended Senator Patrick Brazeau along with retired Senator Mac Harb, have been formally charged by the RCMP today for their alleged roles in the ‘Senate…

Change The Name this Superbowl Sunday – Native People are Not Your Mascot

Indigenous people, their friends and heck, anyone who thinks racism is a bad thing will take to social media during today’s Superbowl game urging the…

Florida high school apologizes for video

The Florida High School who performed a racially prejudiced impression of a Pow-Wow has issued a public apology this month.

UN Rapporteur James Anaya visits Leonard Peltier

SAN FRANCISCO - UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples James Anaya, along with board member for the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC)…

Ernie Louttit and the investigation into “Starlight tours”

This month and year marks the 14th anniversary of the freezing deaths of three Indigenous men, two of whose lifeless bodies were found on the…

UN Rapporteur James Anaya visits Leonard Peltier

UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples James Anaya, along with board member for the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) and National Native…

Tar-sand’s Dilbit Makes Regina Debut but Neil Young Tough Act to Follow

On Saturday January 18, 2014, in the morning after Friday’s Neil Young Honour the Treaties concert in Regina, a pumping station leak south of the…

Chemical disaster creates total chaos

CHARLESTON, WV: A chemical spill last Wednesday in the Elk River put the capital city of West Virginia into disaster.

Six Nations sends language delegation to Hawai

The Six Nations Language Commission (SNLC) is sending a delegation of 16 people, mostly Instructors and Program staff, to Hawaii University in Hilo, Hawaii for…

John Kane to Address “Inherent Sovereignty” at Arizona State University

WASHINGTON – John Kane, Mohawk activist and national commentator on Native issues, will be a featured speaker at “Who Decides You’re Real? Fixing the Federal…

A matter of integrity: Neil Young on the tar sands and First Nations rights

TORONTO - Rock legend Neil Young made a splash at a press conference in Toronto on Sunday.

Troubled First Nation changes its name

MASKWACIS – Hobbema, Alberta, one of Canada’s most crime-ridden and troubled First Nations formally changed its name, effective January 1st.