Talaga stopped by CBC Indigenous this week to talk about her book, the deaths of First Nations students in Thunder Bay, and race relations in the northern Ontario city.
The National Inquiry into Missing and Women and Girls has hired a public relations company to help with “strategic communications.”
Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and academics will converge this weekend at the First Nations University of Canada to imagine ways to live sustainably.
A group of survivors from the Sixties Scoop is concerned with comments made by Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron.
Quebec's bill to set out rules for legal marijuana distribution and consumption does little to soothe concerns in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake about what's coming on July 1.
Nebraska state officials say an oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota this week won't affect their imminent decision to approve or deny a route for the related Keystone XL project.
The B.C. government has removes online child adoption advertisements that allowed prospective parents to search children by race, after criticism from Indigenous people across Canada, in response to a recent CBC News article.
Paul Quassa will lead Nunavut as the territory's next premier, after the former education minister emerged from a leadership forum that also produced a fresh-faced crop of new cabinet ministers.
Pinery Provincial Park remains closed to the public after several Indigenous demonstrators called on an occupation a week ago.
Laini Lascelles, a spiritual advisor with Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ont., says more needs to be done for Indigenous women after they leave prison to ensure they do not return.
Since the latest push by the mayor of Winnipeg to get the CFL team to change their name, many Inuit have spoken out to voice their support for the Eskimos moniker.
Exactly 18 years after the Supreme Court of Canada issued a clarification of its ruling on Indigenous peoples' right to fish, a Mi'kmaw fisherman from New Brunswick's lawsuit against the Crown will be in court — hoping to clear it up again.
To learn more about Indigenous history, culture, attachment to land and different ways of knowing. That’s the goal of the University of Calgary’s now-completed Indigenous Strategy, introduced Thursday.
A Native American tribe in South Dakota is on edge following a large oil leak from TransCanada's Keystone pipeline.
Dozens of remote towns on the B.C. coast, including Indigenous communities, still rely on diesel generators for power.
Mike Downie hopes the fire his brother helped light in the hearts of people across Canada helps them work towards healing their relationship with the country's Indigenous peoples.
TransCanada Corp. said its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 795,000 litres of oil in Marshall County, S.D., just days before Nebraska is set to decide the fate of its Keystone XL pipeline.
The Canadian Council of Muslim Women said they wanted to do more to help reconciliation in Canada, so the organization invited Tomson Highway, a well-known Indigenous playwright and musician, to speak at their "Books and Biryani" event this year.
'It was like a ball just dropped, they threw me under the bus. It was just like, 'you're going home, you're done,'' says Melissa Carlick.
Marlene Bear says she fears northern Saskatchewan could become a new Highway of Tears due to the closure of the STC. She says she’s seen much more hitchhiking on the highway between Prince Albert and Stanley Mission since STC shut down.