Students’ caribou hunt in Aklavik provides meat for the entire school

November 22, 2022

6 students teamed up with 6 skilled hunters for an on-the-land experience

Young learners falling behind on literacy rates, say First Nations educators

November 22, 2022

‘We want to make sure our students are tracking to be fully fluent readers by Grade 3’.

Indigenous youth explore the world of veterinary medicine thanks to a new grant

November 23, 2022

Enhanced outreach program includes Nakoda youth engagement and mentorship, provides veterinary services in the community

Payette returns to principal’s role for M’Chigeeng First Nation school

November 25, 2022

Well officially, Gayle Payette returns as the principal at Lakeview School, located in her community of M’Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island, next week on Monday Nov. 28

‘Without language identity is lost’: feds invest $39.4 M into Indigenous language programs in the North

November 25, 2022

Nunavut will receive $17.7M, the Yukon $14.7M and the N.W.T. $6.9M

U of T Mississauga’s first-ever Indigenous rematriation adviser seeks rightful owners of 40,000-artifact collection

November 28, 2022

Robin Gray doesn’t believe in empty promises – which is why she’s embracing a new role after being appointed the University of Toronto Mississauga’s first-ever special adviser on Indigenous rematriation.

Ontario First Nation looks to put ‘horsepower’ behind residential school investigations

November 29, 2022

Missanabie Cree First Nation announces partnership during unmarked graves gathering in Winnipeg.

Sask. First Nation high school students learn about bison herd through synchrotron

November 30, 200

Carry the Kettle teams up with Canadian Light Source at University of Saskatchewan for unique project.

Dr. Cindy Blackstock named NOSM University’s Chancellor and inaugural Board of Governors announced

December 1, 2022

SUDBURY — On Thursday, November 24, Dr. Cindy Blackstock, renowned Indigenous child and family rights activist and member of the Gitxsan, is named NOSM University’s inaugural Chancellor.

Remembering Emerence Cardinal, renowned Dene language keeper and teacher

December 1, 2022

Emerence Cardinal, a “master speaker” of Tetsǫ́t’ıné and co-author of a dictionary of the language, has died. She was 79 years old.

Nipissing First Nation Anishinaabekwe brings compassionate knowledge and healing in a pandemic world

December 2, 2022

NIPISSING FIRST NATION — Michèle J. Chrétien, Shawanoong Noongoose Kwe (Southern Star Woman), attended an in-person graduation ceremony on Oct. 27 and was honoured as an Indigenous Graduate of the Thanatology Certificate Program – with Honours at Durham College in Oshawa, Ont.