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Indigenous Musicians Bring Home Record Wins at Juno Awards

By Miles Morrisseau. ICT. Indigenous artists took home an unprecedented number of statues in Canada’s top music awards Sunday, March 24, in a ceremony that featured a strong presence of Indigenous v...

 

How the Ghost Army of WWII Used Art to Deceive the Nazis

By Kellie B. Gormly. Bernie Bluestein was 19 years old when he spotted a vaguely worded notice on the bulletin board at his Cleveland art college in March 1943. It was the middle of World War II, and...

 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Salary: DS11 $49,239.01-$51,208.57 Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Education, the Executive Assistant ensures the effective operation of the Board Office in order to...

 

2024 Winning Flowers for Your Garden and Containers

by Melinda Myers Make some room in your garden or containers for the new All-America Selections 2024 National award-winning plants. These winning vari...

 

California Tribe Acquires Brewery Expanding Business Holdings

By Isaac White Making serious efforts for expansion of their economic ventures, the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians has acquired the Mad River Brewery from the Yurok Tribe, marking a significant...

 

CURRICULUM FACILITATOR

Salary: AMBE Management Grid Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Language and Culture, the Cultural Facilitator is responsible for providing program facilitation related...

 

Basic Call to Consciousness

Continued from last week. Our Strategy for Survival The dialectical opposite of that process would be the rekindling on a planetary basis of locally based culture. Prior to the advent of colonialism,...

 

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CAA Management is constantly on the lookout for more talented individuals to our team

Enjoy a flexible work environment that is the perfect blend of work and fun! With flexible working hours to paid vacation time, You will be empowered...

 

Native Voting Rights Part of Montana Supreme Court Decision

The Montana Supreme Court handed down a decision that sent shockwaves across the state’s vast landscapes and is evidence of the ongoing fight for justice and equality for Native American c...

 

First Nations, Industry and Government discuss Indigenous opportunities in the green economy

TORONTO - The Indigenous Led Projects Forum (ILPF) opens in Toronto on April 2, bringing together change-making Indigenous, Industry and Government leaders to discuss the most complex opportunities an...

 

Tenwaterahkwá:seren

1. Onerahtókha kaié:ri enhská:ra'ne 3:24 iotohétston nénkie tsi kanenhstá:ton ne Ahkwesáhshne On April 8, 2024 at 3:24 pm in Ahkwesáhshne 2. Tenkiat...

 

Highlights from the March 27 UCDSB Board of Trustees Meeting

March 28, 2024 - Trustees with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) met on Wednesday, Mar. 27, 2024. Key items discussed in the public session are as follows. Preliminary Budget Outlook Exec...

 

Navajo Nation and San Juan County Reach Agreement on Voting Districts

After more than two years of legal proceedings, the Navajo Nation and San Juan County have come to a landmark agreement regarding the county’s commission districts. This settlement, announced on Monda...

 

Washington Man Pleads Guilty in Mass Murder of Eagles

Travis John Branson, a 48-year-old resident of Cusick, Washington, has admitted to his involvement in a conspiracy to hunt, kill, and illegally sell bald and golden eagles. The announcement came from...

 

New Initiative on Water Pollution Includes Indigenous Input

By Isaac White The United States and Canada, in collaboration with Tribal Nations and Indigenous Peoples, have announced a pioneering plan to tackle the persistent issue of water pollution in the...

 

Entertainment Binge

By Isaac White What to say, what to say? It’s tough to get going today. I was prepping last night. All was clear and well thought out. Now, I forgot what I was going to say. But I have a technique t...

 

Secretary Haaland Announces New Appointees to NIGC

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced the appointment of Sharon Avery and Jeannie Hovland as Associate Commissioners to the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC). The NIGC, established...

 

Supreme Court Considering Case That May Change Native Healthcare

A Supreme Court case stands to potentially reshape the landscape of tribal healthcare in the United States. At the core of this legal battle is whether the federal government should shoulder a larger...

 

North Dakota Governor Seeks Audits of Tribes Following Prior Racist Comments

In a development that has intensified the already complex dynamics between South Dakota’s state government and its Native American tribes, Governor Kristi Noem’s recent call for the Biden Adm...

 

Tribal and California Officials Discuss Termination Era Law

On March 20, in Sacramento, a significant roundtable discussion convened, bringing together a diverse group including California lawmakers, tribal leaders, police, and academics to deliberate on the...

 

Ontario Legislature Makes Historic Move For Indigenous Languages

A groundbreaking decision that marks a significant step toward honoring the cultural heritage of Indigenous peoples has occurred as the Ontario legislature has opened its doors to the voices of its...

 

Schatz Touts More Than $1 Billion Package for Native Housing Programs

Congress has passed a large appropriations package for Fiscal Year 2024 that provides more than $1.34 billion in funding for Native housing programs, marking a historic step towards addressing the...

 

Statement by the Honourable Dan Vandal on the 25th anniversary of the creation of Nunavut

OTTAWA - The Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, issued the following statement today: “Twenty-five years ago today, Nunavut was established, fulfilling a long-standing goal of I...

 

Community Health Services Announces New Acting Program Manager for Health Promotion & Prevention Program

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne's Community Health Services would like to extend a warm welcome to Amanda Garrow as the new Acting Program Manager...

 

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