Anti-poverty advocates in Winnipeg will have a say in a critical Supreme Court of Canada case that will impact the privacy rights of people without a home.
Dean of law Christopher Waters said he believes this is the first time a university in Ontario will require first-year students to take the course along with their common law subjects, in an effort to further explore the legal traditions of Indigenous communities.
'That's really a telling statement about our society — that First Nations people, in their own homeland, are finding themselves homeless,' said Charlotte Hrenchuk of the Yukon Planning Group on Homelessness.
Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving was smudged with sacred grasses, presented with traditional quilts and eagle feathers and given a Lakota name that means "Little Mountain" as he was welcomed Thursday into his mother's Standing Rock Sioux tribe.
Norman Yakeleya of Tulita, N.W.T., became the new Dene national chief Wednesday. It's a historical turning point for the Dene advocacy organization that's saying goodbye to outgoing Bill Erasmus, who's sat in office for nearly three decades.
On Wednesday night, the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp at Wascana Park in Regina held its second powwow since the protest began in mid-February.
The Sir John A. Macdonald statue in Regina, the only one remaining in a major city in Western Canada, has been vandalized again, this time with red paint covering its hands.
A hearing is set to take place at Regina's Court of Queen's Bench over the Justice For Our Stolen Children camp.
The federal government has reached a financial settlement with two of four Indigenous men switched at birth who only found out about the mix-up 40 years later.
The Association of Municipalities of Ontario conference wrapped up Wednesday in Ottawa.
The alleged sexual abuse of Indigenous women in northern Manitoba during the 1960s by Manitoba Hydro workers didn’t come as a surprise to the province’s former Aboriginal and Northern Affairs minister.
An Anishinaabe land-based education conference took participants out to the Whiteshell area of eastern Manitoba on Wednesday for some firsthand experience learning outdoors about Anishinaabe teachings and the significance of the area.
Leaders from Fox Lake Cree Nation say a damning report unveiling allegations of sexual abuse by Manitoba Hydro workers in the 1960s only scratches the surface.
So far, none of the 54 complaints handled by Montreal police have led to charges, and Quebec's director of criminal and penal prosecutions (DPCP) will not say how many are being analyzed at this time.
With the Telegraph Creek area still under a state of emergency, leadership is working with various government agencies to begin recovery planning in a community that was already in a housing crisis.
Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott committed $4.2 million to the Huu-ay-aht's extensive plan to reduce child apprehensions and keep their children with their families.
As legalization of recreational marijuana approaches, the Kanien'kehá:ka community of Kahnawake, Que., is in the final stages of deciding how to regulate the burgeoning industry on the reserve.
A Manitoba chief is calling for compensation for Indigenous women in the north who say they were sexual abused by hydro workers decades ago.
An Ontario university has stripped a former professor of an honorary title after he wrote social media posts about Indigenous people that the school described as inflammatory and vulgar.
It will be a historical turning point for the Dene Nation today, as delegates from across and outside the Northwest Territories elect a new national chief.