Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has ordered Canada’s prison system to tighten transfer policies in the wake of the controversial move of child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic to an Indigenous healing lodge.
Rachel Sutherland says the assistant manager at Qwanlin Cinema in Whitehorse bullied her after a gift card she purchased failed to scan.
A coalition of First Nations in the Fort McMurray say they're in support of the federal government's overhaul of energy project reviews, despite loud opposition in Alberta to Bill C-69.
Yellowknifers might have a hard time sympathizing with Lloyd Thrasher, but his story is among those that show the complex long-term effects of colonization.
Indigenous body painting is not a new custom. A workshop in Regina explored the history of indigenous body painting and introduced how to do body painting in a contemporary way.
Chief Eugene Hart says its been helpful speaking publicly about his family's experience with suicide. He hopes to inspire others struggling with it to open up.
Indigenous students at the University of Manitoba say they were feeling racial tension on campus long before the messages of hate were posted on campus last week.
Students at Beal Secondary School in London, Ont. were given a lesson in Indigenous history from one of their own as part of Treaty Recognition Week.
Starting Wednesday, there’s going to be a new pot dealer in town on the Opaskwayak Cree Nation — a legal dealer.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against a B.C. social worker accused of abusing his position by siphoning funds from the bank account of a vulnerable First Nations teenager.
The Ahousaht First Nation has declared a local state of emergency after noticing contamination and critical water levels in its reservoir
An organization that's been helping Indigenous women and children who experience violence in Thunder Bay, Ont. since 1978 is expanding its services, as it marks its 40th anniversary.
Family and friends gathered Tuesday at a vigil in memory of 25-year-old Ashley McKay, who was found dead last week at an apartment in Thunder Bay.
Tantoo Cardinal, a Métis performer known for her work in films like "Dances with Wolves," is the recipient of an award for contributions to Canadian cinema.
British Columbia's government is moving to increase the participation of Indigenous people in the environmental assessment of projects with new legislation tabled Monday.
Speakers of the Tlingit language will be meeting in Alaska at a conference that is the first of its kind. People who speak different dialects of the same language will discuss ways to preserve and strengthen their culture.
In the classrooms where Melanie Bennett first witnessed discrimination as a student, she now sees hope and potential as an educator.
Canada's spy agency says many members of the environmental and Indigenous communities see the federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline as a betrayal, and suggests that could intensify opposition to expanding the project.
Four years after his cousin disappeared in Winnipeg, Sage Daniels wants people to know about Colten Pratt's personality: cheeky, sarcastic, sweet and quirky — anything but a number.
A women’s shelter that will serve northern Manitoba communities is opening in Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, also known as Nelson House. It’s the fifth First Nations women’s crisis centre in the province and the only one in the North.