Nearly two years after the province reached a deal with Indigenous groups to address methylmercury concerns at Muskrat Falls, one of the leaders who signed it says promises have been broken.
Students are tanning moose hides this month in the mountain town of Banff, Alta., as part of a new program launched to help the traditional Indigenous practice grow and thrive.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra hopes its new opera Chaakapesh: The Trickster's Quest, will be seen as a respectful partnership with Indigenous artists, following this summer’s controversy over the shows SLAV and Kanata.
The former TRC chair says it is important for every Canadian to spend at least one day a year reflecting on how to improve relationships with Indigenous peoples.
An indigenous art park opens next week on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
Tracy Bear found the role of community and a responsibility to others to keep going is an important factor in resilience of Indigenous Peoples.
A false rumour of Chisasibi's dam breaking last week sent residents of the Northern Quebec Cree community into a panic, leading to the chief and residents wondering who was responsible.
A three-week hearing on an injunction application led by the West Moberly First Nations wrapped in B.C. Supreme Court Friday, leaving Justice Warren Milman the task of deciding whether to put a stop to further Site C construction in northeastern B.C., pending a full trial.
The Toronto International Film Festival kicked off this week and this year's film roster features a number of films based on Indigenous stories. CBC’s Rhiannon Johnson sat down with a panel of Indigenous filmmakers from across Canada.
Tony Merchant, one of the lawyers appointed to sit on a healing foundation created by the Sixties Scoop settlement agreement, is facing a law society complaint in Alberta from a Sixties Scoop survivor.
The future of resource development across Canada depends on the federal government responding correctly to a court ruling that has stalled the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Justin Trudeau said Friday.
A Court of Queen's Bench judge is ordering the Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp out of Wascana Park.
The Ontario government has deleted comments deemed offensive from an internal social media platform that were posted during a debate over the City of Victoria's decision to remove a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald.
The federal government has promised to spend $100 million on a new hospital in a remote Manitoba First Nation dogged by switched-at-birth mix-ups and accusations of inadequate health care.
The centre will start operating in Saskatoon on October 1.
A look at B.C.'s first public Indigenous choice school, located in one of the most challenged areas of Prince George.
Proposed collective would represent Mackenzie Valley Métis, wherever they might reside now.
Advocates at an Indigenous child-welfare conference called for more community input to keep children out of foster care.
Building trust, both within the force and without are key priorities for Canada's new RCMP commissioner, the first ever woman to hold the role.
The Cleveland Indians have removed the Chief Wahoo logo from the sleeve of their uniforms for a four-game series in Toronto.