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.
She started out with poetry, wrote a national bestselling book and is now delving into the world of graphic novels with Pemmican Wars. It was a book Katherena Vermette didn't even know she wanted to write.
A group of young writers in Whitehorse held a small protest Thursday evening, calling on the Westmark Whitehorse Hotel to answer questions about a video showing a violent incident.
A class of chemicals known to accumulate in the Arctic has been linked to chronic health problems in Inuit.
Natar Ungalaaq is nominated for an acting award in this year's Canadian Screen Awards for his portrayal of Noah in the film Iqaluit.
Émilie McKinney isn't your average teenager. The 17-year-old, bilingual high school student has taken her Indigenous hoop, jingle and fancy dancing career around the world. Now she can now add entrepreneur to her resumé.
A lawyer representing the P.E.I. government pointed to a string of 24 emails and letters over a period of 4½ years, suggesting those communications constitute meaningful consultation between the province and the P.E.I. Mi'kmaq Confederacy over the sale of Crown land.
Saskatoon's new chief of police says several high-profile cases have influenced his career and what he thinks about policing.
The chief of Fort Severn First Nation says a chance email from a sled dog owner trekking from Manitoba to the east coast may help revive interest in the traditional mode of transportation in his community.
Safety and self defence were the central topics covered at a series of special classes for teachers and Indigenous students at Thunder Bay's Catholic high schools.
Indigenous groups say a plan to dispose of nuclear waste near the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario is "insanity" and want the federal government to intervene.
News conference on the proposed 10-year relicensing of Chalk River Laboratories. Demonstration and march follows near the Canada 150 Rink
Indigenous leaders from Alberta are holding out hope that a first-of-its-kind national meeting on child welfare will finally lead to changes they’ve been demanding for years.
The Yukon government is handing responsibility for the Yukon Native Language Centre to the Council of Yukon First Nations.
Matthew MacKenzie had no idea about his Métis ancestry until a chance encounter while his great-grandmother lay dying in hospital. His journey of learning about his heritage, with the help of Cree Elders, inspired his play Bears.
A British Columbia Supreme Court Justice ruled Wednesday that new evidence of abuse was not enough to reopen rejected Indian residential school compensation claims.
Facebook commentators blasted a government campaign as racist, but the woman at the heart of it says the conversation was misinformed from the start.
'These homes are going to have the fastest, or among the fastest, internet available anywhere in Canada,' said Matt Stein, CEO of Distributel.