The author the of short story collection Glass Beads speaks with Shelagh Rogers about how she tried to encapsulate the modern First Nations experience.
The Métis Nation of Saskatchewan has praised the federal government for signing on to a framework agreement to recognize and implement Métis rights under the Canadian constitution.
Two days after Husky Energy detected a leak associated with oil production, it says testing of the nearby Englishman River has not detected hydrocarbons in the water.
Family and friends say Pernell Bad Arm, widely recognized by Indigenous people across North America as skoden, was gentle and generous and that's how they want him remembered.
The deadline to vacate Camp Cloud comes at 6 a.m. Saturday.
Master canoe builder Todd Labrador is working out of Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia this summer and sharing his craft with apprentices and visitors.
A woman from Garden Hill First Nation on a hunger strike over what she calls the poor treatment she and others in her community face when trying to book travel for medical appointments is postponing her protest — for now.
Since the ministry of education announced that the second phase of TRC curriculum writing sessions would be cancelled, Indigenous authors across the country have begun offering their books and resources to Ontario educators.
Travellers are increasingly looking for more educational and authentic experiences, according to the Government of Alberta, and a new group funded by the province hopes to promote a growing sector that will draw those visitors in — Indigenous tourism.
Check the list below for the latest Pow Wows added to our calendar and ones coming up in the next couple of weeks! Plan your Pow Wow trips! Upcoming Pow Wow 55th Annual Sac and Fox Nation Pow Wow (2018).....
The Crown is appealing the not guilty verdict for Peter Khill in the killing of Jon Styres, saying the trial judge failed to properly instruct the jury about self-defence and let an unqualified witness give opinion evidence on military training.
Starting Thursday, July 19, 2018, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College will kick off their annual Hot Summer Nights Concert Series.
Throughout the program, the students learned writing techniques from acclaimed Diné writers, including Navajo Nation Poet Laureate Laura Tohe; poets Orlando White, Esther Belin, Matthew Jake Skeets and Rex Lee Jim; and writers Byron Aspaas, and Lydia Fasthorse.
Chief of Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation, Chris Skead is calling on his community to help the people of Waabseemoong First Nation as they evacuate their home due to smoke from a forest fire approximately 20 kilometres from the community.
This week's stories: DOE issues tribal energy loan guarantee program; The second 2018 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists announced; Savage Storm wins Division 1 NABI championship; Cyclists finish 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride; The 2018 Fiesta Bowl Lori Piestewa National Native American Games.
Indigenous activists who met with Robert Lepage say the Quebec theatre director did little to address concerns about the lack of Indigenous input in his upcoming play about Canada's settler history.