An Alberta woman wants answers after some of her own personal child welfare files were anonymously sent to her daughter revealing family secrets.
Lesa Semmler will be one of the first to publicly testify when the Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls hearings begin in Yellowknife Tuesday.
The Quill Lakes Watershed Association has cancelled its controversial water diversion project, saying it has run out of time to get the required studies and approvals to meet its spring construction deadline.
When he's not writing or teaching, a Métis poet and university professor dedicates his time to searching antiques shops and online auction sites for Métis artwork and artifacts in hopes of "bringing them home."
About 70 Indigenous youth from across Canada will meet with Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott today at a national roundtable discussion on the suicide crisis facing their communities.
The Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association announced a new league has been formed in southern Saskatchewan, which means teams won't need to travel to Regina to compete.
To the Gitxsan people of Northwestern B.C., sockeye salmon is more than just a source of food. Over its life cycle, it nourishes the land and forests that the Skeena River runs through, which is where the Gitxsan make their home. Brett D. Huson, a member of the Gitxsan Nation, wrote The Sockeye Mother, a book that explores how the animals, water, soil and seasons are all intertwined.
Following missing payments of close to a million dollars to fisheries in the province, the head of the Manitoba Métis Federation is calling on the government for support.
A group of artists and Sixties Scoop survivors, from across Western Canada, held an exhibition of their art work called Darkness and Light: Survivor Art of the Sixties Scoop. It took place at Mount Royal University in Calgary.
A man living in a shack without running water for more than 12 years on a northern Alberta reserve is asking for help.
Canada Post’s 'if it fits, it ships' pilot program became an issue for charities and not-for-profits sending goods to the North.
Three Alberta artists will bring messages of healing, welcome and reconciliation to the 2018 Olympic Games in South Korea.
Mental health advocate Andrew Bear brought a simple, but positive, message to students at Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation this week — one he hopes will save lives.
What does reconciliation look like in small communities? It's a question that reporters for Discourse Media and CBC Indigenous have been trying to answer.
After they were discovered on posters found at the University of New Brunswick, Daniel Highway says his brother Tomson's words about the 'benefits' of Indian Residential Schools are being "cherry picked" by racists and they don't tell the whole story.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations says it stands with Fond du Lac First Nation in demanding First Nations' input be included in federal transfer payment allocations.
The children's advocate for Manitoba is opening a second office in Thompson, Man., to serve children and youth in care in the province.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has touched down in Pikangikum, a remote community in northwestern Ontario some 500 kilometres from Thunder Bay, in an effort to see what more the federal government can to do help the impoverished community.
The bickering between Art Napoleon and Dan Hayes plays a big part in every episode of their cooking show, Moosemeat & Marmalade. Napoleon said humour is just as important as the food.
Oji-Cree storyteller Joshua Whitehead reflects on how literature offers a space for reclamation and empowerment for Indigenous writers.