The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will ask the provincial government to launch a public inquiry into the forced evictions decades ago of First Nations and Métis people from an area known as Moccasin Flats.
There's still a meeting scheduled for next week between Canada's premiers and Indigenous organizations, but it won't include the leaders of the Assembly of First Nations, the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami or the Métis National Council. They're all declining the Council of the Federation's invitation again this year.
Following the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) for youth which took place last year in Toronto, now about 2,000 Indigenous athletes over the age of 20 will come together this week to compete.
The Edmonton Indian Residential School may be 50 years into the past, but the effects are still felt by survivors and their families today.
A specialized, all female health team in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside has a new addition to its team: a mobile health clinic.
An Indigenous group holding a cultural gathering at a provincial park North of Kamloops has now indicated it is occupying the park indefinitely, in protest of the Trans Mountain Pipeline project.
A new report suggests that Anishininew people from the Island Lake region in Manitoba who relocate to Winnipeg for medical treatment face social isolation, a lack of affordable housing and lack of support services.
Indian Village will get a new name next year, says Indian events committee chair Lowa Beebe
4 of the 5 candidates running to be AFN's national chief were at a forum in Whitehorse on Tuesday.
July 11 marks the 28th anniversary of the Oka Crisis, and it's had different impacts on people in the Mohawk communities, the lessons they've passed on, and goals for the future.
Thunder Bay's mayor says he takes exception to comments by Ontario's human rights commission that civic leadership in the northwestern Ontario city has been lacking and hasn't done enough to combat racism against Indigenous people.
Indigenous groups and advocates are voicing their concern about impacts the cut to Greyhound bus services in Western Canada will have on safety and access to health services.
About a dozen people are at the Spirit of Buffalo camp near Gretna, Man., 100 kilometres south of Winnipeg, an organizer says.
A Saskatoon man has set up a teepee in Saskatoon's Victoria Park. A similar camp in Regina has swelled to 14 teepees.
In an opinion piece published last month in the Globe and Mail, Fraser Institute senior fellow and University of Calgary professor emeritus Tom Flanagan made the case for winding down the specific claims resolution process. This is why he's wrong.
The File Hills Tribal Council is providing therapists for the Justice for Our Stolen Children protest camp across from the legislative building. Two therapists come in on shifts to help those at the camp and those walking up.
Thunderbird House is badly in need of roof repairs — and an expert copper contractor with the knowledge and experience to do it.
Greyhound Canada says it has been asking the federal government to backstop funding for its rural routes in Western Canada for years without success, despite concerns that shuttering the service would put Indigenous women at risk.
The Iroquois Nationals are scheduled to compete in the Federation of International Lacrosse's 2018 Men's World Championship this week in Israel but have been having difficulty leaving Canada on their Haudenosaunee passports.
Some Canadian bus companies say they're willing and able to fill parts of the void left by Greyhound when the U.S. carrier announced this week that it would soon halt most of its operations in Western Canada.