Colville Lake, N.W.T., is getting a new youth centre — and it’s much needed, says a youth.
The Manitoba Metis Federation says the Path to Reconciliation Act is a "game changer" that could push the province to reinstate a funding cut to its health department, court heard on Wednesday.
The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has lost its second executive director. Lori Campbell, director of Indigenous Initiatives at the University of Waterloo, says the inquiry was a mess from the very beginning and built on a foundation of colonialism.
People who live on the B.C. coast and Vancouver Island will soon have access to much faster internet.
A marijuana dispensary on a first nation north of Sudbury says it isn't breaking the law by selling cannabis before it's officially legalized. But the chief of Wahnapitae First Nation disagrees and is trying to get the police to shut the pot shop down.
As a landmark case involving treaty annuities for Ontario First Nations continues in Sudbury, people representing the communities at the hearings believe it's a historic moment that will serve as an important record for generations to come.
The family of an 84-year-old Indigenous woman who tried to get a former sanatorium in what is now Thunder Bay, Ont. designated as a residential school says they're disheartened by a recent ruling.
The Liberal government has announced $20 million in funding for organizations to support what it calls "underserved" survivors of sexual violence.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is a long way from "starting over or scrapping" the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The sale isn’t final, but that hasn’t stopped the executive director of the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre from dreaming of the possibilities a brand new building brings.
As regional airlines start to feel the shortage of pilots, one northern airline is banking on its own flight school as a solution to the problem.
Some First Nation communities that were left off Saskatchewan's list of places eligible for a cannabis retail store say they may open stores anyway, challenging provincial jurisdiction over reserve land when it comes to pot.
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association is alleging RCMP in Prince George, B.C., told witnesses to delete video footage of the arrest of a man who later died in police custody.
An Ontario judge responsible for supervising the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement says a lawyer representing survivors from St. Anne's residential school "slandered the court" by suggesting it was biased in favour of the federal government.
Trutch Street was named for B.C.'s first lieutenant governor who drastically reduced the size of Indigenous reserve lands as commissioner of land and works.
The poster showed three people, including a woman who some say resembles Disney's Pocahontas. Others say the background resembles previous posters about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Two First Nations in northeast B.C. have started legal action against the Site C dam, claiming its construction violates Treaty No. 8 of 1899.
A United Conservative Party MLA from southern Alberta apologized Tuesday after he referred to Indigenous constituents as "these people" who "don't traditionally vote."
A new project launched this week will allow access to all Saskatchewan First Nations communities to a professional and registered dietitian to address any questions anyone has around food and nutrition.
Melanie Gray won the CMHR's People's Choice Award for her photo The Next Generation.