Former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould will be called to testify at a parliamentary committee probing the SNC-Lavalin scandal — but it's not yet clear how much she'll be able to reveal publicly because she's bound by client-solicitor privilege.
A Vancouver Island First Nation says it is "deeply disappointed" that a Vancouver-based liquefied natural gas company has pulled out of a planned LNG development just months after it was announced as a major milestone.
President Marian Jacko says a record 229 teams have signed up, with a recent surge in the number of girls playing contributing to the increase.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer welcomed a controversial convoy bringing a pro-pipeline message to Ottawa today, assuring participants that "we've got your back."
Junior kindergarten to Grade 3 students at Chief Sunrise Education Centre created projects to help the community.
The right to bilingual education in Nunavut schools will likely be temporarily suspended during the winter sitting of the territory’s Legislative Assembly.
An 18 month old boy in Saskatoon was in a dire situation. He needed to find a family in Saskatchewan or risk deportation to Singapore. Meet the people who stepped up to build a family around this little boy.
Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O'Regan deleted a tweet after it drew backlash and criticism online.
A judge mistakenly failed to consider the Cree background of a drug trafficker who had been taken from his Manitoba parents as an infant and raised by a non-Aboriginal family on Prince Edward Island.
One hundred and fifty years ago this year, Louis Riel took one small step for the Métis and created one giant, complicated leap for his legacy. Since then, his story has not stopped evolving — and neither have the labels we’ve assigned to him.
Jeremiah Manitopiyas, a.k.a. Drezus, and his partner are an Indigenous couple trying to break inter-generational cycles of alcoholism and absentee parents for the sake of themselves and their baby son.
Nunavut's Department of Environment investigated after an elder shot two polar bears in January. Now, the department says no charges will be laid.
Since alcohol restrictions were lifted in December, the Nunavut community is adjusting. Some say the restrictions felt colonial, while others say they've seen kids on the street crying for their parents.
A Winnipeg mother is returning home without her daughter after a winter vacation in the Dominican Republic ended in tragedy less than a day into their planned week-long holiday.
Prominent Indigenous elder Joseph Meconse has died.
Canada's energy regulator will tell the federal government on Friday whether it still thinks the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded, but cabinet's final say on the project's future is not likely to come before the summer.
The main point of a recent cartoon on the SNC-Lavalin affair that depicted Jody Wilson-Raybould tied up with her mouth covered in a boxing ring with the prime minister got missed because of the violence, Michael de Adder says.
This open letter was read at the celebration of life service for Zach McKillop and Will Hayworth on Friday, Feb. 15.
Telling and listening to stories is one way of developing relationships, creating understanding and encouraging reconciliation. It's why a group working with under-privileged people in inner-city Winnipeg built a state-of-the-art recording studio and is inviting people to come in and tell their stories.
Sandra Inutiq writes about the level of damage having a highly transient, mostly white population, does to Nunavut.