The word Indian is a legal term in Canada. As of a few weeks ago, non-status and Métis are now also considered Indians under the Constitutional Act of 1867.
Canada Needs to Work to Mend Ties With Its Native Population
What is a Canadian?
No, seriously. Take a minute to think about that.
Mainstream Media, Money Myths and Aboriginal Affairs
The words aboriginal, Native, Indian and First Nations come across as four-letter words.
Intensive Kanien’kéha Course a Powerful Link for Mohawk Community
Akwiratékha Martin’s grandmother, like so many of her generation in Kahnawake, didn’t see learning Kanien’kéha—the Mohawk language—as a priority for her children, or her grandchildren.
Inuit Idle No More Faces Unique Challenges
For the past three years, Robbie Watt’s job has been to listen to real-life horror stories.
The Search for Long-Term Solutions & Idle No More
Something had to give. That’s the sense that you get when you look at the Idle No More movement, the scope of which now encompasses hunger strikes, spirited demonstrations across the country, a range of hash tags and continued coverage from news sources nation-wide.
When you look at this landmass, what do you see?
Debunking the Myth of Free Aboriginal Education
When it comes to the funding aboriginal university students receive for their learning, Sahra Maclean has heard it all.
Tweeting Rover Reignites Public Imagination When It Comes to Space
Touching down on Mars. Date: Aug. 6, 2012. 12:25 a.m. EDT.
Right on time, at 12:32 a.m., came another tweet: “I’m safely on the surface of Mars. GALE CRATER I AM IN YOU!!!”
From Soldiers to Spiders, Quebec Psychologists Are Pushing the Envelope When It Comes to Using Computers to Fix the Mind.