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Ginger and David One Spot have opened up their campground on the Tsuut'ina Nation near Calgary this month to teach families traditional ways of handling, smoking and packaging wild meat.
The executive council of the Nunatsiavut government has rejected the NunatuKavut community council’s claim to land in Labrador.
Three Ontario First Nations voters say that issues like climate change and clean drinking water are top of mind for them in Monday's federal election.
Members of the Blood Tribe in southern Alberta have voted in favour of ratifying a $150-million settlement with Ottawa.
A cultural gathering at a Manitoba First Nation this weekend will give men an opportunity to open up about their traumas and will aim to instill a sense of confidence in the participants.
2 years after Viens report, Quebec Indigenous affairs minister acknowledges 'still a lot of work to be done'
The Quebec government is slowly moving forward with recommendations laid out in the Viens commission, a landmark report two years ago that documented the mistreatment of Indigenous Peoples in the province.
Three northeastern Ontario First Nations will host a ceremony Saturday to symbolically ask the children buried at residential schools if it's OK to search for their graves.
The writer, broadcaster and arts leader spoke to Shelagh Rogers about his new memoir, Unreconciled.
It’s more important that we as Indigenous peoples hold Canada accountable as a partner in a treaty relationship than as a participant in a democracy, writes Waabshkigaabo.
I will vote in this federal election because I have witnessed how the decisions made by governments can determine the quality of life of Indigenous children.
In the 2019 federal election, voter turnout in Abitibi–Baie-James–Nunavik–Eeyou was just 49.8 per cent, well under turnout for Quebec as a whole. Now, for one of the first times, there are two Indigenous candidates, and they hope to change that.
Twenty years after beginning her policing career, Farica Prince is set to embark on her biggest role yet. Prince was formally named deputy chief of the Prince Albert Police Service on Wednesday, marking the first time an Indigenous woman has held the position in the history of the force.
Staff and students in Ahousaht, B.C., are being asked to stay home until the end of the month after breakthrough cases of the virus and infections in children too young to be immunized were detected.
The Manitoba legislature will finally adopt a land acknowledgment to recognize the provincial seat of government exists on the ancestral land of Indigenous people — something already done by the province's universities, professional sports teams, several municipal governments, businesses and other agencies.
John Lagimodiere, the long-time editor and publisher for Saskatchewan-based Aboriginal newspaper Eagle Feather News, is stepping away from the role.
Canada's indifference to the deaths of seven First Nations teenagers is 'just plain racism': Tanya Talaga
The fractured and often violent relationship with Indigenous Peoples started in the past but bleeds into the present, says writer and documentary filmmaker Tanya Talaga
Maryanne Panacheese’s son, Paul, was one of seven First Nations students to die while attending school in Thunder Bay between 2000 and 2011
Community members in the remote First Nation in northwestern Ontario, about 440 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, had been without water for two days when the declaration was announced on Wednesday.
A northern Alberta First Nation says it has seen a jump in vaccination rates after introducing a draw for cash prizes.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs held a virtual town hall Wednesday, outlining the top issues on the minds of First Nations voters and highlighting the AMC's "I am First Nation and I Vote" campaign.