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Friday, January 23, 2015

RCMP charge parents, stepsister with killing toddler on Manitoba reserve
WINNIPEG - A mother and father from a Manitoba reserve have been charged with killing their young daughter.....Read More
Aboriginal word on stop signs in Kamloops stopped by B.C. legislation
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A proposal by a councillor in Kamloops, B.C., to add the Secwepemc language to some of the city's traffic signs has been stopped in its tracks by provincial legislation.....Read More
State of Indian Nations address: Leader calls on US to honour commitment to tribes, reform laws
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Tribes must insist the federal government honour its commitments and create partnerships with them based on deference, not paternalism, the president of the National Congress of American Indians said Thursday.....Read More
Defrocked Arctic priest says he's sorry for sex abuse of children
IQALUIT, Nunavut - A courtroom swelled with weeping, cries and 35 years of bottled-up grief Thursday as a defrocked priest who abused dozens of Inuit children told a judge about to sentence him that he's sorry for his crimes and won't commit any more.....Read More
Crown wants 25 years for sex abusing former Arctic priest
IQALUIT, Nunavut - Prosecutors have asked an Arctic court to sentence a defrocked priest convicted of sexually abusing dozens of Inuit children to 25 years in prison.....Read More
Hydro chief says more talks key to finding Site C solutions with First Nations
VICTORIA - The woman in charge of getting the massive Site C hydroelectric dam built in British Columbia's northeast says she's open to more talking and listening to break down a wall of opposition by First Nations.....Read More
No charges against Mountie who shot and killed man in traffic stop gone wrong
WETASKIWIN, Alta. - There won't be any charges against an Alberta RCMP officer who shot and killed a man in a traffic stop that rapidly went wrong.....Read More
Aboriginal Affairs bureaucrats offered to bake snacks to save dough: document
OTTAWA - Aboriginal Affairs kiboshed a proposed meeting of all its Ontario staff, who offered to bake their own snacks, gather in a public library and cram onto buses to save a bit of money, a new document shows....Read More
RCMP seeks public's help in finding B.C. woman who went missing in 1982
LILLOOET, B.C. - RCMP in Lillooet, B.C., are appealing for the public's help in finding a woman who went missing more than three decades ago.....Read More
Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger apologizes to First Nation for damage done by dam
CROSS LAKE, Man. - Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger is apologizing to aboriginal communities for the damage hydro-electric development has done to their traditional land, way of life and cultural identity.....Read More
Cancer-stricken Makayla Sault, 11, has died
An 11-year-old girl from the New Credit First Nation who made headlines last year for refusing chemotherapy to treat her leukemia has died....Read More
B.C. Crown seeks dangerous offender designation for man who 'grooms' young girls
VANCOUVER - The Crown is asking for a dangerous offender designation for a B.C. man who plied two teenaged girls with booze and drugs and was eventually convicted of killing them....Read More
Council members with Metis Nation Saskatchewan obey judge, hold meeting
SASKATOON - Council members with Metis Nation-Saskatchewan are holding a court-ordered meeting....Read More
Sex abuse victim tells priest's sentencing hearing wood smell triggers memories
IQALUIT, Nunavut - There's a smell that brings it all back....Read More
Vancouver Island will rip open like a zipper when overdue earthquake strikes
PACHENA BAY , B.C. - The low tide, bright sunshine and constant roar of endlessly approaching waves display the full power of the wide-open Vancouver Island shoreline at the remote beach handed down to Stella Peters and her family as a wedding dowry....Read More
Michigan Historical Museum displaying headband made by Native American soldiers in Civil War
LANSING, Mich. - An artifact made by Native American soldiers who served in the Civil War is among items featured at a special exhibit in a Lansing museum.....Read More
Native Hawaiians debate best path to sovereignty tribalstatus or outright independence
WAIMANOLO, Hawaii - Pookela Rodenhurst lives as if he's back in the Hawaiian Kingdom.....Read More
Earth warms like a broken record; For 3rd time in 10 years, globe sets mark for hottest year
WASHINGTON - U.S. science officials say that for the third time in a decade, the globe sizzled to the hottest year on record.....Read More
Regina woman changes part of police complaint after watching video of daughter
A woman who alleged Regina police mistreated her disabled daughter has changed part of her complaint.....Read More
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