The tiny Arctic community of Gjoa Haven, NU, grieved over six tragic deaths in just two weeks in August. Now, CBC News has learned that some in the community are afraid that the tragedies are somehow linked to Parks Canada divers "disturbing" the newly discovered wrecks of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror.
Premier Scott Moe will apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors early in the new year.
A holiday feast put on by the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba drew hundreds of people experiencing homelessness for some warm food and gifts from Santa.
The three remaining members on the Thunder Bay Police Services Board are scheduled to meet on Tuesday for the first time with the newly-appointed board administrator, after the Ontario Civilian Police Commission stripped the board of its power.
Abenaki filmmaker Kim O'Bomsawin said one of the more offensive parts of the play — about residential schools — had been taken out, but more could have been done to rid it of its colonialist undertones.
Jobena Petonoquot's first solo exhibition Rebellion of my Ancestors is on exhibition at the Conseil des arts de Montréal until Jan. 15.
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett has signed a framework agreement with the Métis Settlements General Council, a group that represents eight Métis settlements in Alberta, touting the move as an important step on the road to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Sheena-Marie Dubois was found dead in her Young Street apartment on Nov. 6. Police say her death is considered suspicious.
Testifying in a Yellowknife courtroom last week, a Corrections Service of Canada staffer said she was shocked to find that a report she had written about an Indigenous inmate had been 'butchered' by her manager.
A Winnipeg reservist who the military said died during training last November in fact stepped away from other soldiers on that exercise and killed himself a year after telling his superiors he was being bullied and harassed.
Quebec's inquiry into the treatment of Indigenous people closed with pleas from Indigenous leaders for a formal apology from provincial police.
Kayla Peters of Elsipogtog believes her older sister Tiffany took her own life in September because she was the victim of human trafficking in Moncton, and her captors had threatened the lives of her children.
The Forks became a backdrop Sunday for an ongoing social media campaign and photo contest started in Saskatchewan with the goal of empowering Indigenous women.
Three shocking reports published this week give us a glimpse into the issue of racism in two Canadian police forces.
From Juno awards to BBC airplay and dates opening for Neil Young, William Prince has had a busy couple of years. Back in his current hometown of Winnipeg, Prince played to a sold out crowd at the West End Cultural Centre in late November — and Unreserved was there to catch it all.
The cut will mean the end of a number of initiatives for at-risk youth, including an after-school program established in the wake of the so-called "summer of the gun" in Toronto.
A group of Nunavut youth are using a conference of Arctic scholars to make a point about how researchers often come up short in consultations with their communities — using their own language to do so.
In front of a new water treatment plant, a group of Tl'azt'en First Nation members stand together alongside consultants, academics and an engineer from Indigenous Services Canada ready to cut the ribbon.
The father of a teenage girl found dead in The Pas Friday morning says she was a bright and caring person, but was troubled and couldn't get the help she needed.
The Ontario government says it is reviewing a fund that supports Indigenous culture through grants and that was set up in response to calls for action from Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.