Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation

The Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation are the most northwestern speakers of the Sioux language family. They are a Nakoda First Nation which has reserves near Edmonton, Hinton, and Whitecourt, in the Canadian province of Alberta, headquarted about 85 kilometres (53 mi) west of Edmonton. … Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation »»

Alexander Cree Nation

Alexander Cree Nation is a First Nations band government, headquartered 17km West of Morinville, Alberta. This First Nation is part of the Cree ethno-linguistic group. … Alexander Cree Nation »»

A primer on who qualifies as a Metis or non-status Indian

The Supreme Court of Canada declared Thursday, April 14, 20016, that Canada’s 600,000 Metis and non-status Indians are indeed “Indians” under the Constitution. The decision has raised questions about who qualifies as Metis or non-status Indian, but the answer might be a little complicated. … A primer on who qualifies as a Metis or non-status Indian »»

Atikamekw, A Cree language of Canada

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Atikamekw is spoken by three isolated communities on reservations of Manuane, Obedjiwan, Weymontachie, between La Tuque, Quebec, and Senneterre, Quebec, 200 to 400 km north of Montreal in south central Quebec, along the upper reaches of the St. Maurice River. … Atikamekw, A Cree language of Canada »»

Meaning of Northwest Territories Place Names

Many common place names have their origins in First Nations languages. This article gives the tribal origin and meaning of some places in the Northwest Territories which may be familiar to you. … Meaning of Northwest Territories Place Names »»

Yukon place names and their meanings

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Many common place names have their origins in First Nations languages. This article gives the tribal origin and meaning of some places in the Yukon which may be familiar to you. … Yukon place names and their meanings »»