Subscribe to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada's RSS feeds to receive updates from our Media Room pages. Subscribers will receive the content title, a brief summary, the date published and a link to the full content on the Government of Canada news releases website.
Information about RSS feeds
How to subscribe and unsubscribe / What is RSS?
How to subscribe to RSS feeds
Users can add RSS feeds to their feed readers in one of two ways. Most sites offering RSS feeds provide RSS or XML buttons with links to instantly add a feed to the user's reader. Users can also copy and paste the URL of the feed into their reader. RSS feeds will display the available content added to a reader.
How to unsubscribe to RSS feeds
Users who decide they no longer want to receive updates can simply delete the RSS feed or URL from their reader.
What is RSS?
Real Simple Syndication, is a tool for staying updated on selected issues and topics. Users subscribe to RSS feeds, which then broadcast content updates to their RSS reader (also called an aggregator). In their RSS reader, users can review the latest updates to all of their feeds at their convenience.
In order to receive RSS feeds, users must have an RSS reader. There are several RSS Readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet.
Links to web sites not under the control of the Government of Canada are provided solely for the convenience of users. The government is not responsible for the accuracy, currency or the reliability of the content nor does it endorse the sites or their content:
- examples of RSS readers for Windows
- examples of RSS readers for MAC
- examples of RSS readers for Linux
- examples of RSS readers for mobile users
- examples of browser based RSS newsreaders
For more information consult linking to non-Government of Canada websites.
Why use RSS feeds?
- RSS feeds are a convenient way to monitor information from a variety of sources, allowing you to customize how you receive and process notifications of new content.
- RSS feeds are a good alternative to subscribing to updates via email. You do not have to provide personal information (such as an email address) to subscribe to an RSS feed, and you do not run the risk of missing important updates because an email gets deleted or caught in your spam filter.
- A feed reader allows you to subscribe to news, blogs and other frequently updated content and view the new information at your convenience, separate from your email inbox.
- RSS feeds are easier to manage because updates are grouped together by feed, showing at a glance how many items you have not yet read.
Learn more about RSS.
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