Don McDougall, the owner of the old provincial Mill River properties in western P.E.I., testified at a judicial hearing in P.E.I. Supreme Court Tuesday into Indigenous claims to the land.
A patient went to a nursing station with jaundice and in respiratory distress, was sent by air ambulance to a regional health centre, waited 3.5 hours to see a doctor then died after another transfer to a tertiary care hospital.
Three well-known northern stone carvers are promoting the historical and cultural significance of their craft with public workshops geared toward tourists.
The federal government has agreed to cover the entire cost of extending a district heating system to include Iqaluit's aquatic centre, though it's unclear how much the contribution will be, or how much the city will save in heating costs.
Two Mi'kmaq women are waiting on Justin Trudeau's RSVP to a nation-to-nation meeting in Nova Scotia, outside of Canada's relationship with the Assembly of First Nations.
Survivors from an Indian residential school that used a homemade electric chair for punishment want the federal government to enter into mediation to settle their claims.
A new report by the watchdog for Alberta’s vulnerable youth is reporting the deaths of 35 young people who took their own lives in the five year period between 2012 and 2017.
Caitlin Wood made young people in La Loche, Sask., the focus her recently completed master’s research project in early childhood studies to help give young people a voice after realizing they felt they were not being heard in the wake of her brother's shooting death.
A group of people formed a 'circle of support' in order for an Indigenous mother to to regain access to her children in foster care.
Rick Mehta — who has taught psychology at Acadia for 14 years, is under fire for posts on Sen. Lynn Beyak and residential schools. But Mehta said he's practicing free speech.
A Mikisew First Nation challenge of Harper-era changes to four federal laws will make its way to Supreme Court on Monday.
Maskwacis Indian Health Services mental health worker Rick Lightening said there have been 14 suicides within the four nations that make up Maskwacis since December 2017. He also believes local leadership should call a state of emergency because help is desperately needed.
For Kelly Fraser, singing in Inuktitut is an ear-catching way to bring her language and her culture to those who may have lost it.
Scientists believe the copper end blade found attached to an antler arrow point is 936 years old, making it one of the earliest examples of local copper use in Yukon.
Carry the Kettle First Nation is suing the federal government and Saskatchewan over development that infringes on their members' treaty right to hunt and gather.
A First Nations community in northern Ontario is marching on with a human rights complaint regarding what it sees as inadequate funding for its police force, despite a recent pledge from the federal government to infuse the program with new money.
Northern families are expressing a mixture of frustration and hope following the news the executive director of the national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women left her post just weeks before scheduled hearings in Yellowknife and Rankin Inlet.
The former co-manager of Kashechewan First Nation, who pleaded guilty to fraud in November 2017, was sentenced on Friday and will spend three years in prison.
At the conclusion of the triple murder trial in Lethbridge this week, court heard from the victims' families about connections to other homicides, overdoses and deaths.
Western University has announced the creation of Ontario's first network of Indigenous health training, aimed at giving Indigenous people a stronger hand in not only participating in health research, but directing it in ways that will benefit their local communities.