Parents of a six-year-old Waswanipi boy, who was taken on a medevac flight to Montreal on his own in August, described the trauma their son experienced at Quebec's inquiry into the treatment of Indigenous people.
There are 34 prints at the annual exhibit this year. The prints are always unveiled the third Saturday of October. To make the buying process fair, people have to enter their names in a draw.
Inspired by the REDress Project, students at Trafalgar School for Girls created paper dresses to raise awareness across their school's community about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Jordin Tootoo, the first Inuk to play in the NHL, has announced his retirement from the league.
This week's stories: Sioux tribes forge partnership to create largest wind energy project on tribal lands; Native American Bank invest in new technology to serve Indian Country; Glynn Crooks, longtime leader of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community has passed away; Loretta Lynn receives CMT Artist of a Lifetime award; Run4Salmon raises awareness about the winter-run Chinook salmon.
On Oct. 20, 1994, 29 tribal colleges received land-grant institution status, giving them access to federal government resources, improving the lives of Native students through higher education, and helping propel American Indians toward self-sufficiency.
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The Salish Sea Research Center at Northwest Indian College Communities in the Salish Sea basin are working to clean up pollution and better understand how to foster a sustainable environment.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs says it hopes nearly $1.2 million in federal funding announced for Jordan Principle programs in Manitoba year won't be the last.
The walk is organized by the Mi'kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre at the University of New Brunswick as part of the annual Red Shawl campaign.
When the people of Kivitoo returned to their community after being displaced by the RCMP, their homes and belongings had been burned and destroyed.
A First Nations boy who died in a motor vehicle accident was repeatedly let down by the support agencies designed to help him, the Manitoba children's advocate says.
Talk4Healing, which began six years ago providing crisis helpline services for Indigenous women in Northern Ontario, expands its services to the rest of the province on Friday.
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 San Manuel Pow Wow (2018) October 12 – October.....
The Northwest Territory Métis Nation built a sweat lodge in Fort Smith this summer and it already looks like they are going to need to expand.
Residents in northwestern Ontario will soon be able to fly directly from Sioux Lookout, Ont. to Winnipeg starting on Monday, October 22.
Canada's Inuit organizations have pulled out of the federal government's Indigenous Working Group on food security, saying the structure is disrespectful to Inuit rights.