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New policing policy for missing persons after report on murdered and missing Aboriginal women

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RCMP revamp national missing persons policy in wake of report


Dennis Franklin Cromarty trades school to expand options for First Nation students


Dennis Franklin Cromarty trades school to expand options for students

First Nations education officials want to provide more career opportunities to youth

Posted: Oct 02, 2014

"Canada cannot associate itself with the elements contained in UN outcome document related to free, prior and informed consent"


Canada Is The Only UN Member To Reject Landmark Indigenous Rights Document

By Zi-Ann Lum - Posted: 10/02/2014

Canada singled itself out as the only country to raise objections over a landmark United Nations document re-establishing the protection of the rights of indigenous people last week. It was a gesture one prominent First Nation leader called "saddening, surprising."

Providing an equitable and quality education for First Nation youth makes economic and moral sense


'Dumb as anything' not to better educate aboriginal youth: Paul Martin

By   Global News, September 19, 2014

SASKATOON - Former prime minister Paul Martin says it is crucial to Canada's future to do a better job of educating First Nations and Metis youth.

Becoming an activitist for First Nation rights at a young age requires taking a stand


Activist Pam Palmater recalls 1st time she stood up for her rights

One fateful day in Grade 2 turned Pam Palmater from shy kid to superstar activist

CBC News Posted: Sep 20, 2014

Politicians debate national inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women in parliament


NDP forces debate in House of Commons on murdered and missing aboriginal women

The Canadian Press - Published September 19, 2014

OTTAWA -- An aboriginal MP delivered a powerful plea Friday for a national inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women, recalling his own brother's death as a five-year-old in a residential school 60 years ago.

Keewaytinook Internet high school gives First Nations students option to stay in home community


Internet high school gives First Nations students options

Keewaytinook Internet High School gives kids a chance stay in school without leaving their First Nation

Posted: Sep 17, 2014

Thoughtful discussion about corporate sponsorship of Indigenous events versus the struggle to protect the earth


Indigenous Community is in a state of unrest after the Aboriginal People's Choice Awards