FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron says the RCMP aren't doing enough about bootlegging in dry communities.
Members at Samson Cree Nation are one step closer to getting the financial accountability they've been fighting after a complaint triggered a federally-backed examination of previous band spending.
A B.C. man has taken out ads in 110 community newspapers in Alberta and N.W.T. to try to find a brother he never knew he had — after discovering his now dead mother had a secret history including Indigenous roots and a child who may have been seized in the Sixties Scoop.
A Lakehead University graduate is celebrating the end of the first phase of a campaign to raise awreness about the clean drinking water crisis faced by Canadian Indigenous communities.
The Liidlii Kue First Nation says Enbridge Pipelines Inc. is not taking its duty to consult Indigenous groups seriously as it plans to repair a pipeline in the Northwest Territories.
The association representing the chiefs of Canada's Indigenous police forces is calling on the federal and provincial governments to make First Nations policing an essential service.
Miawpukek First Nation, the Innu Nation and the Qalipu First Nation bidding on licence as First Nations of Newfoundland Labrador.
Here are five things to watch in the Nunavut territorial election today.
Kevin Broadbent is moving to his home reserve of Rainy River First Nations in northwestern Ontario to live near his biological mother and family he’d only recently met.
The dwindling moose population in some corners of northern Ontario has First Nations looking at imposing hunting limits for the first time ever. But some say more drastic steps are needed to bring moose back from the brink of extinction.
Once homeless and addicted, Jesse Thistle went from living on the streets to becoming Canada's leading scholar on Indigenous homelessness.
The Nak'azdli Whu'ten First Nation is using tiny homes to take on a big problem: homelessness.
Every night, at the men's shelter in Iqaluit, up to 40 men squeeze into a four-bedroom house. As if that wasn't a big enough challenge, one of those bedrooms can't be used because of problems with mold. So, dozens of men pack into the three remaining rooms, while others find space in a chair, on a couch or on the floor. The city's mayor is working to change things.
Aggie Gould will tell her sister's story as part of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, which is visiting Nova Scotia this week.
One of the creators of a new opera premiering in Vancouver next week hopes it will make the stories of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls more real for its audience.
Nunavut’s Inuit suffer disproportionately when it comes to housing, employment and wages in the territory. Some candidates for election say it’s time for that to change.
Research suggests up to a quarter of inmates in federal corrections could have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, but Correctional Service Canada only provided funding for seven specialized assessments last year, according to information provided to the country’s prison watchdog for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Colton Willier is a writer, director and animator on his second stop-motion animated film. And the Cree and Blackfoot First Nations artist is only eight years old.
An Inuk artist is in Toronto to showcase her latest collaborative performance piece. The show is a meeting of two people from the North and South of Canada that opens a discussion about identity and colonization in Canada and how to change that climate.
The Atlantic Policy Congress hopes to soon create a regional water utility for 30 Indigenous communities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.