RCMP say they've spent months investigating allegations that a Kelowna social worker defrauded vulnerable teens.
St. Mary's First Nation held a ceremony for National Aboriginal Veterans Day on Fredericton north side honouring Indigenous veterans from past wars.
The co-founder of Winnipeg's Bear Clan Patrol says nearly $200,000 in funding from the provincial government announced Thursday will help — but uncertainty over federal funding is still a concern for the citizen patrol group.
Peter Khill, who was acquitted after admitting he shot and killed a Six Nations man, has filed a statement of defence in a more than $2 million civil suit brought by the man's spouse and two young daughters.
A procession passed through Vancouver's Downtown Eastside on the way to Victory Square for a ceremony honouring Indigenous veterans.
The legal battle between an Indigenous hunter and the province of Saskatchewan has been settled as the supreme court dismissed the provincial appeal into the matter.
Indigenous people involved in court matters in Nova Scotia will now have access to eagle feathers for affirmations, or oath swearing.
The changing climate is bringing changes to traditional practices in Northern Quebec. This week, representatives from government met with elders, land users, and climate experts to discuss how best to adapt.
Kateri School marks Aboriginal Veterans Day by inviting members of the Royal Canadian Legion's Mohawk branch 219 to speak to their students.
A rock duo from Oshawa, Ont., is hitting the road with rock royalty and hoping to raise awareness about Indigenous issues with fans across Canada.
Pauline Gordon says since she lives in Fort Smith, N.W.T., she can’t vote or access programs and services offered by the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.
Advocates who work with Edmonton's Indigenous, immigrant and LGBTQ communities are welcoming the choice of Dale McFee as the city's first Métis police chief.
At the beginning of the '70s, Bill Greenwalt was trained to kill by the U.S. Marine Corps. Ten years ago, he was finally able to “deprogram” his military mentality after finding Ojibway ceremonies.
In August 1944, Edward Clutesi — of the Tseshaht First Nation — was killed while fighting in the Battle of Normandy and the retaking of Caen. He is one of thousands of Indigenous people who fought for Canada and is remembered on National Aboriginal Veterans Day.
Donovan King has been a tour guide in Montreal for the past year and feels more Indigenous perspectives need to be included in the city's tourism industry, including the Mohawk name for Mount Royal.
On Wednesday, Nadine Machiskinic's aunt delivered a teepee to the Saskatchewan Legislature. She's disappointed with the Regina Police Service's decision not to disclose findings from the RCMP review into the investigation of Machiskinic's death.
The third-annual "Sleepy in the Tiipii" event took place in the centre of campus Wednesday.
B.C.'s representative for children and youth says her office has opened 14 files relating to teenagers who claim they were victims of a social worker accused of siphoning funds from vulnerable First Nations youth.
Justice Earl Johnson sentenced Sigurdson Irkootee to six months for illegally selling a firearm in June 2016, instead of the the three-year sentence set out in the mandatory minimum.
The family of Leroy Custer desperately wants to hear from him.