How a Mohawk father became a ‘fugitive’ to be with dying daughter
Aboriginal Affairs shared wide range of information with spy agency to bolster Idle No More surveillance: documents
The federal Aboriginal Affairs department shared information with Canada’s spies and other federal law enforcement agencies to bolster surveillance of the Idle No More movement […]
A 26 year-old Akwesasne man charged in the killing of his mother is facing an extradition hearing scheduled for March 12 in Plattsburg, NY.
APTN National News A big birthday bash in Kingston featured celebrations and protests. It was…
In Akwesasne the daily commute to work for one woman landed her in a legal battle with the Canada Border Services Agency.
Thunder Bay is the largest city in northwestern Ontario.
This past summer, APTN’s Montreal videographer Tom Fennario was onboard the Greenpeace ship Esperanza as it made its way around the island of Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean.
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The federal Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Bernard Valcourt visited the 2014 North American Indigenous Games.
The Harper government “blinked” when faced with the imminent cancellation of an upcoming meeting of parliamentarians from the Arctic region in the Yukon as a result of sanctions and counter-sanctions imposed by Ottawa and Moscow, says an NDP MP.