This is the first indigenous female to get a Rhodes scholarship. CTV News should know better than using the term First Nation.
An old man had a dream that something extraordinary would grow in his garden which was in a clearing he had made nearby. The people of his village grew to suspect that something was going on, but they could see nothing.
When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, classes, creeds and who by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the warriors of the rainbow. — Native American Prophecy
Chief Standing Bear of the Ponca tribe was the central figure of an 1879 court case that established that Native Americans are “persons” under the law. Standing Bear’s desire to honor his son’s wish that he be buried in his Nebraska birthplace led to the trial for which he is best remembered today.
Olymel is closing its 107-employee plant in Saint-Hyacinthe. The plant will close on February 10 due to a reorganization in the fresh pork sector.
James Mooney traveled to Comanche land to gain an understanding of the Comanche Peyote Ceremony. He saw the ritual as a fountain of honesty and of true spiritual inspiration.