Indigenous leaders criticized the production, which looks at Canada's settler history, for leaving out Indigenous voices.
The Semiahmoo First Nation — which has been on a boil water advisory for the past 15 years — has finally struck a deal that will provide potable water and sewer services to the community.
Melissa Tremblett's striking photographs on display at Grenfell Art Gallery tell a larger story about trying to find her place in the world.
John Mantla says he’s been lobbying the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation for the past year to either build a ramp at his place or move him to a different unit.
The Uchucklesaht Tribe government has launched a high-end brand of bottled water drawn from a spring in its territory on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island.
Now that the race for the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is over and Perry Bellegarde has been re-elected, some leaders and candidates are calling for change within the organization.
Perry Bellegarde wins a second term as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations amid allegations a federal minister interfered in the election process.
A report by the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission says traditional medicine use has decreased from 38 per cent in 2002 to 25 per cent in 2015.
Canada's purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline still depends on getting a green light from a U.S. national security review.
Indigenous Services Canada says renters who had been using reserve land at Crooked Lake owe the Sakimay First Nation a combined total of $765,000 in unpaid lease fees.
Saskatchewan's Opposition is calling on the provincial government to appoint an Indigenous children's advocate.
The Yukon Native Language Centre says it's trying to help people in communities access the material, which is written in eight languages.
Family and loved ones of Jon Styres and Colten Boushie are expected to call for changes to Canada's justice system during a presentation before the Assembly of First Nations Thursday.
As chiefs in Vancouver prepare to elect a national chief, the National Youth Council of the Assembly of First Nations is urging the chiefs and the assembly to take a stand against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline.
The Anti-Racism & Respect Advisory Committee in Thunder Bay have just completed their first year of the Incident Reporting program, which aims to eliminate racism in the city by providing an outlet for individuals to report any incidents of racism they have experienced or witnessed.
Two First Nations in Saskatchewan have filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against an energy company responsible for an oil spill that fouled the drinking water supply of thousands of people two years ago.
Elders from the Maskwacis community offer their support and encouragement to Indigenous mothers who are receiving their prenatal care at the Wetaskiwin PCN clinic.
A new, culturally based program spearheaded by youth aims to help young people get off meth before it’s too late.
The history of the Mi'kmaq people is being brought to life at the Parks Canada national historic site at Rocky Point. The site has a new name this summer. It was announced in February that Skmaqn would be added to Port-la-Joye-Fort-Amherst as the official name.
Hundreds of First Nation chiefs from across the country begin voting for the next national chief of the Assembly of First Nations this morning in Vancouver.