Two members of the Native Council of P.E.I. react to proposed changes to sex-based definitions in the Indian Act.
A member of the Eabametoong First Nation and acclaimed author Ruby Slipperjack says her latest book — These Are My Words: The Residential School Diary of Violet Pesheens — was one of the hardest projects she's ever worked on. Slipperjack received an award from the Writer's Trust of Canada on Tuesday night.
Calgary Coun. Jeromy Farkas hopes the public art for a new infrastructure project will be an opportunity for an Indigenous artist, especially in the wake of the controversy over a previous public art project, Bowfort Towers.
A food bank connected to the Native Women’s Resource Centre downtown has served hundreds of clients and hopes to be able to meet the need of the community over the holiday season.
"I hardly slept during the night ... it's such an exciting day," says Tuktoyaktuk Mayor Darrel Nasogaluak of the new road that officially opened.
Emily Faries has had a lot of firsts in her life. She’s part of the first generation to be born and raised on a reserve, since before that, her family lived on the land.
Denise Lambert is one of the first five students taking the Indigenous Studies PhD at the University of Alberta, which was offered for the first time this fall.
Jagmeet Singh touched down in St. John's for his first visit to the province as leader of the federal NDP.
Officials in the James Bay community of Waskaganish have called off the search for two hunters who have been missing since mid-October. The bodies of two other hunters have been found.
A petition asking the premier to remove Minister of Education Bronwyn Eyre from cabinet has more than 1,200 signatures.
"As soon as you can dream about the future, you have hope as well instead of despair."
The federal government is investing $2.6 million to help Indigenous youth and women get employment opportunities.
For Norma Dunning, the term "Eskimos" is an insult which harkens back to a time when the Inuit were seen as unintelligent cavemen. Because of this, the Inuk scholar and author is calling on Edmonton's storied CFL franchise to change their name.
The play returns to Vancouver two decades after its debut.
A Métis man from Saskatchewan has filed a human rights complaint against Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett, saying she discriminated against Métis people by failing to include them in a $800-million class-action settlement over the Sixties Scoop.
In remote communities throughout northern Ontario, Indigenous families are increasingly afraid for the safety of their children who must go south to get a high school education.
With the low price of oil and the federal government's ban on oil and gas leases in the Arctic, will the $300-million 'road to resources' pay off?
A teacher in northern Alberta is racing to piece together a dying Indigenous language before the last few people who speak it are gone.
CBC News has obtained lesson notes of a Saskatoon Grade 8 student which don't match an account of that lesson recently given by Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre.
For the sixth year, young people from across Canada teamed up with the RCMP to develop action plans to inspire positive change in their communities.