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Suspended Native lawmaker Patrick Brazeau arrested yet again (04/11)
Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau is in legal trouble again.

Opinion: First Nations aren't standing in the way of developmentW (04/09)
Writer disputes claim that Native land rights and claims are hindering energy development across Canada.

Kyle Edwards: Racial tensions common on hockey rink in Canada (04/08)
Student Kyle Edwards, a former hockey player from the Lake Manitoba First Nation, says racial tensions were common on the rink.

Kenneth Deer: Mohawk sovereignty versus Quebec separation (04/04)
Kenneth Deer discusses the dilemma Mohawk people face in an upcoming election that could lead to Quebec leaving Canada.

Shawn Atleo: First Nations must turn page on residential schools (04/03)
Shawn Atleo, the chief of the Assembly of First Nations, discusses what should happen now that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has wrapped up its hearings.

Adam Beach makes deal to bring first-run films to First Nations (04/02)
Actor Adam Beach is bringing first-run films to reserves in Canada.

DOI announces transfer of nearly $580K for Cobell scholarships (04/02)
The Interior Department is making its first transfer to the scholarship fund that was established by the Cobell trust fund settlement.

Lisa Charleyboy: Group helps young Natives succeed in business (04/01)
Lisa Charleyboy reports on efforts by the Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada to help young Natives succeed in urban settings.

A Tribe Called Red wins Breakthrough Group of the Year at Junos (03/31)
A Tribe Called Red won Breakthrough Group of the Year at the Juno Awards on Sunday night.

Comic book series to introduce female Native teenage superhero (03/28)
The creator of the Justice League United comic book series is introducing a Native character.

Duncan McCue: Hockey helps reconciliation of boarding schools (03/27)
Reporting for CBC News, Duncan McCue finds out hockey has played a role in the residential school reconciliation process.

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopts budget cuts (03/27)
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopted budget cuts at a special meeting on Wednesday.

CBC Interview: Reneltta Arluk on legacy of residential schools (03/26)
CBC News interviews Reneltta Arluk, the founder of Akpik Theatre, about the legacy of residential schools in Canada.

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations considers finances (03/26)
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is holding a special meeting today to discuss budget issues.

Opinion: Missing and murdered Native women are being ignored (03/26)
Carolyn Bennett, a member of Parliament in Canada, says lawmakers are ignoring calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Native women.

Rich Francis stars as first Native contestant on Top Chef Canada (03/26)
Rich Francis is making history as the first Native contestant to appear on Top Chef Canada.

Blog: Missing and murdered Native women spur call for inquiry (03/21)
More than 800 Native women have gone missing or have been murdered in Canada.

Letter: Mascot critics 'insecure' with their own tribal heritage (03/19)
Writer doesn't understand why Native people are upset by stereotypical portrayals of their culture.

CBC cancels 'Arctic Air' featuring Adam Beach after 3 seasons (03/18)
CBC TV has canceled Arctic Air, a primetime drama featuring Native actor Adam Beach, after three seasons.

Cheerleaders criticized for dressing as cowboys and Indians (03/17)
The president of the University of Regina apologized after the cheer team was photographed in cowboys and Indians outfits.

Opinion: First Nations should start their own digital currency (03/17)
Writer encourages First Nations to develop their own digital currency to spur economic development and assert their sovereignty.

Dave Courchene: Education system fails First Nations people (03/07)
Dave Courchene, the founder of Turtle Lodge, calls for a radical change in the education system in Canada.

Darryl Leroux: Society continues to discard indigenous women (03/07)
Professor who worked with Loretta Saunders, a Native woman who was murdered, reflects on her death:

Death of Native woman spurs more calls for inquiry in Canada (03/06)
Hundreds of people rallied at Parliament Hill on Wednesday to urge the Canadian government to call an inquiry into missing and murdered Native women.

Report examines access to justice for Native women in Canada (03/05)
The Canadian Human Rights Commission released its annual report on Tuesday and called for a national inquiry into violence against Native women.

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