First Nations

"Census 2016 data indicate that Indigenous children aged zero to four make up 7.7 per cent of all Canadian children. But they represent over 52 per cent of children in foster care in private homes,”...

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The Toronto sign located in Nathan Philips Square will be seeing a couple of visual changes to celebrate National Indigenous People's Day. ...

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One of the Canada's most prime Indigenous activists and Cree elders passed away on Tuesday....

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Controversy and debate over First Nation's issues are causing a stir at Toronto's Ryerson University....

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National Aboriginal Day was celebrated in the nation's capital with Prime Minister Trudeau making a gesture towards Truth and Reconciliation and a pledge to strengthen the relationship between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples. ...

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By: Hunter Crowther Months after an emotional farewell cross-country tour as the frontman of The Tragically Hip, Gord Downie is exploring Canada’s troubled history with First Nations in his latest solo album. Secret Path, Downie’s fifth...

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In the past seven months, more than 100 people are reported to have attempted to take their lives in the remote reserve of Attawapiskat....

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Chief Bruce Shisheesh has declared a state of emergency for Attawapiskat First Nations, after 11 people attempted to take their own life on Saturday night alone....

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Food bank for First Nations launches at Humber

February 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Britnei Bilhete This week marked the launch of a food drive benefitting northwestern Ontario First Nations communities. The Aboriginal Resource Centre is partnering with Humber College Support Staff for the initiative during the 28th annual Support...

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Canada’s federal government has discriminated against First Nations children by not providing the same level of funding for child welfare services according to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Tuesday morning. ...

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