CBC Indigenous host Lenard Monkman sits down with guests to talk about the obstacles students face navigating post-secondary education, and tips for achieving success.
The grand chief of the Cree Nation, Abel Bosum, was named to the Order of Canada at a ceremony on Thursday in Ottawa.
Minister of Indigenous Services Jane Philpott announced $68 million over three years for Indigenous communities in Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan in Winnipeg on Thursday. The money follows up on plans first announced in the 2017 budget to boost First Nations-led health services in sometimes remote communities.
A life-sized buffalo sculpture made of words in Indigenous languages, and an enormous colourful wall mural are among the installations being created by six Indigenous artists for the new Calgary Central Library.
An independent report on Yukon's youth group home system, presented Thursday, 'speaks to an institution in crisis and of what can happen when things go wrong,' said the social services Minister.
Anishnabeg Outreach has purchased a former Lutheran church to use as a new hub for early years programs, its employment agency and other community events.
Seventy families from Dauphin River First Nation, forced out by flooding seven years ago, are still living in Winnipeg because they do not have houses in their home community.
A Winnipeg high school that offers residency and schooling to students from remote Manitoba First Nations has opened the doors of a newly expanded $24-million facility.
In a move threatening to divide neighbours in a small Cree village in Quebec, residents are being asked to vote on whether a traditional powwow should be allowed to go ahead.
Robert-Falcon Ouellette spent two shivery nights sleeping inside a teepee in a downtown Winnipeg park to get a better sense of the challenges facing the community when it comes to crime and drug use.
Two First Nations governments in the B.C. Interior are joining together to ban all limited-entry hunting for moose in their respective territories, while accusing the province of not taking effective action to protect the animals.
B.C. and international students from the Langley Fine Arts School say studying Indigenous culture in high school changed their approach to education and Canadian history.
A curator from the University of British Columbia's Museum of Anthropology says priceless Pacific Northwest artifacts may be among the items lost in the fire that destroyed the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sunday.
A handful of mayoral candidates along with those running in wards 4, 11 and 13 were invited to speak on Wednesday at the first Indigenous-focused panel at the N’Amerind Friendship Centre. Those wards are said to have a high percentage of Indigenous populations.
On Sept. 6, 1978, Kahnawake parents pulled 300 students out of a nearby high school in protest of Quebec's Charter of the French Language.
Levi Denny, the newly appointed chef de mission for Team Mi'kmaw Nova Scotia for the 2020 North American Indigenous Games in Halifax, is excited the event is being hosted for the first time in the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi'kmaq.
Ahead of the Oct. 1 election, some northern residents say the leaders' promises don't really penetrate a riding that covers about one-half of the province's land mass.
Students at one Vancouver Island school are taking immersive language learning a step further — and getting their hands dirty practising SENĆOŦEN, one of the Coast Salish group of languages.
The Northern Lights School Division was 14 teachers short on the first day of school this year.
After coming to an agreement with the Quebec director, Théâtre du Soleil in Paris says it will stage the production cancelled in July after its co-producers withdrew their financial support amid widespread criticism over a lack of Indigenous participation.