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On Friday, students passing by the Kansas Union could hear the sounds of the traditional Native American drum group. First Nation Student Association invited the group from White Cloud to come perform outside on the plaza. It's just a typical round
The chief of one of Saskatchewan's largest First Nations is calling for the creation of a First Nations provincial political party...I believe that it's time, said Wallace Fox, chief of the 5,000-member Onion Lake Cree Nation. Fox, speaking to
Barron's Crocs lost the soul of its soles after the funky footwear maker slashed its guidance . Crocs has counted on overseas popularity to fuel its renaissance as a growth stock, but Europe may be down to wearing wooden clogs -- and not resin Crocs -
A Morgan Stanley analyst raised concerns today about Cree's recent acquisition of Wisconsin-based Ruud Lighting based on detailed disclosure of Ruud's financials. "The rationale for the $525 million deal announced and completed in August is still
It's just after 11 a.m. on a Friday and the man cuts across 20th Street West carrying a case of Lucky Lager. He won't give his full name, only a word he said means "Little Man" in Cree...The Delta Bessborough and the onion-bulb domes of Ukrainian
Bird received 533 votes from the chiefs and other delegates, defeating Orrin Greyeyes (155 votes) and Guy Lariviere (135 votes). The election for the position of second vice-chief will go to a second ballot Thursday afternoon...The positions were
Sep 29, 2011 In a novel attempt to combat ongoing gang violence in Alberta's notorious Hobbema First Nations Reserve, band leaders are proposing a bylaw that would allow them to evict career criminals and remove their band entitlements. If they can't
175 for dinner for two with tax, tip and wine Having spent the summer in the heart of Algonquin, I usually whine, bitch and moan about coming back to the city in the fall. It's ugly, it smells bad and no one smiles at you on the path.
Some residents of the Samson Cree First Nation in Hobbema are calling on the band council to crack down on gang violence in the wake of the shooting death of a 23-year-old woman here early Monday. "They don't live here, so they don't experience it,"
A woman has been shot and killed on an aboriginal reserve south of Edmonton at a home next door to where a five-year-old boy was fatally shot earlier this summer...Patrick Webb says the 23-year-old woman was shot early this morning on the Samson Cree