Janice Keil, a secondary school teacher from Peterborough Ontario, owns 100 acres of land in Northumberland County, in the territory of the Mississauga. Keil wants to repatriate some of it to nearby Alderville First Nation.
Families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in northeastern Ontario are calling for changes to the national inquiry.
The parents of a 21-year-old woman who was killed in a shooting in Winnipeg in March are walking for four days to honour their slain daughter.
Land acknowledgement is an act of reconciliation that involves a public speaker stating what territory or traditional lands they are currently occupying. At the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, ahead of every documentary screening or live event, a formal territorial acknowledgement is either read out or projected onto the screen.
Everyone knew it was coming, but that didn't make it any easier. Canadians had almost a year-and-a-half to celebrate the frontman of Canada's band -- the Tragically Hip -- and Gord (more than anyone) made the best of it. Join Duncan McCue Sunday on CBC Radio One at 1 p.m. PT, 2 p.m. MT, 3 p.m. CT, 4 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. AT and 5:30 p.m. NT.
Located in Winnipeg, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is the home to the permanent collection of statements, documents and other materials gathered on residential schools. The Centre also continues the work of making sure that reconciliation happens in Canada.
Ian Mosby didn't plan on keeping track of the completed calls to action on Twitter. It only occurred to him after he realized no one else was. In 2016, when he began tweeting his research, only five calls to action had been completed.
Peace: Sandra Laya Ruch of Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (October 20, 2017 – video only)
A 22-year-old First Nations man is dead after he was shot by Saskatchewan RCMP on Saturday night.
Alberta Cree artist Leo Arcand is working on the final installation for Canada 150 project along Edmonton's Capital Boulevard. He also hopes his work will lead younger members of his community to the art form of sculpture.
Earlier this month, 15-year-old Mykeo Parker-Christmas scored a tournament-best five goals for his Halifax soccer club at the 2017 Toyota U-15 National Championships in Calgary.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled residential school survivors must decide whether their accounts of abuse should be preserved or destroyed. Plans are now being drawn up to contact survivors and ask them their wishes.
The Reconciliation in the Watershed workshop took place at the FNUniv on Saturday morning in Regina.
How social media helped solve the identity of this 'unknown' special constable from vintage photo.
Nine months after his death, a fundraising campaign is underway to buy a headstone to mark the grave of a homeless man who became known throughout Edmonton for his artwork.
A new exhibit honouring an Indigenous man credited with saving the lives of newcomer Icelanders in 1875 will be unveiled at the New Iceland Heritage Museum in Gimli, Man., Saturday.
Annual Indigenous film festival, ImagineNATIVE has introduced a virtual reality media series looking into the future. 2167 features four VR experiences all created by different teams, all with their own interpretation of how life might look for Indigenous people 150 years into the future.
This weekend's stories: Native American leaders seek federal climate change action; Fargo Air Museum honor Native American veterans; Tribes bring nursing home care to their reservations; Shakopee donations to improve Native American nutrition; Native American comedy scheduled for FOX network
United Tribes Technical College opens “Horror on Harmon” for two terrifying nights Oct. 27-28 on the college campus at 3315 University Drive in south Bismarck.
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A non-profit organization led by oilsands workers is partnering with Indigenous communities to train alongside each other in renewable-energy initiatives.