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Chiniki Nation chief and council election taking place on Tuesday

Chiniki Nation chief and council election taking place on Tuesday

“We have done everything possible to keeper numbers down, our active, our positive cases down and to make sure we are super conscious and super conscientious about doing things that will make sure that people feel safe and are safe,” Evans said.
Seven Vilna students get honourable mention in provincial Indigenous student awards

Seven Vilna students get honourable mention in provincial Indigenous student awards

Students recognized for embracing their gifts, strengths and potential, while celebrating their culture
Liberals table bill to implement UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Liberals table bill to implement UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

The UN declaration affirms the rights of Indigenous Peoples to self-determination and also spells out the need for free, prior and informed consent from Indigenous Peoples on anything that infringes on their lands or rights.
Cochrane RCMP join forces with Îyârhe Nakoda Youth Outreach to bring driver's ed to Stoney Nakoda

Cochrane RCMP join forces with Îyârhe Nakoda Youth Outreach to bring driver's ed to Stoney Nakoda

“They can have a chance to increase their tools— Driving that’s a need that’s essential especially because we live in a. Remote community,” Young said. “Driving is something we do almost every day.”
Fort Chipewyan's stop signs now in Cree, Dene and English; similar signs going up across RMWB

Fort Chipewyan's stop signs now in Cree, Dene and English; similar signs going up across RMWB

According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), three-quarters of Indigenous languages in Canada are “definitely,” “severely” or “critically” endangered.
First Nations control of education will require radically different systems than what’s gone before

First Nations control of education will require radically different systems than what’s gone before

This is the first time IKWC has administered the grants, which are provided by Indigenous Services Canada and directed by the Assembly of First Nations’ National Indian Education Council. 
Trudeau says $542M bound for Indigenous bodies to set up child-welfare services

Trudeau says $542M bound for Indigenous bodies to set up child-welfare services

OTTAWA — The federal government is sending $542 million to Indigenous groups to help them set up welfare services for children and families, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
Ntlaka'pamux playwright Tara Beagan wins $100K Siminovitch Prize in Theatre

Ntlaka'pamux playwright Tara Beagan wins $100K Siminovitch Prize in Theatre

A playwright, actor, director, dramaturge and producer, Beagan is currently the playwright-in-residence at Winnipeg's Prairie Theatre Exchange.
New $5 bill could feature local historical leader

New $5 bill could feature local historical leader

Isapo-muxika or Sahpo Muxika, known more commonly as Crowfoot, was born circa 1830 near Belly River, Alta. and died April 25, 1890 near Blackfoot Crossing.
Indigenous Man Protests Ring Road Construction Over Family’s Home

Indigenous Man Protests Ring Road Construction Over Family’s Home

26-year-old Seth Cardinal Dodginghorse took to the podium to express his family’s sense of loss after they were kicked out of their home in 2014 to make way for the road,