Officials say a boy in his late teens was killed Tuesday morning in a fire at Sugarcane, near Williams Lake, a Secwepemc First Nation community.
The resurfacing of ideas about the origins and migrations of Indigenous people to North America has sparked debate and conversations in Indigenous communities in B.C.
Students at Moricetown Elementary Secondary School in northwest B.C. are still unable to return to class, one week after a broken pipe flooded the Witsuwit'en First Nation educational facility approximately 30 kilometers northwest of Smithers.
A display featuring the Sagkeeng Oldtimers was unveiled at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, telling the story of how a team of residential school survivors from a Manitoba First Nation went on to compete internationally.
Tryouts for the Yukon's Dene Games team at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games were held over the weekend in Whitehorse. The CBC's Max Leighton caught up with one of the competitors, who explained a bit about the traditional game that got him started more than 20 years ago.
Saskatchewan's three most populous First Nations will be allowed to sell marijuana once it's legal, but Cree leaders say community safety must come first.
A Métis educator in Saskatoon is finding the best way to connect students with the culture is to tell his family's story in a unique setting.
The Liidlii Kue First Nation says they've been consulted and no longer have concerns about Enbridge’s pipeline replacement project that drills 100 metres underneath the Mackenzie River.
Ottawa can continue to reject the use of police and court transcripts as evidence in student-on-student compensation claims from residential school survivors who attended a Catholic-run institution that used an electric chair for punishment and sport, according to a recent ruling.
A group of First Nations is praising a recent superior court ruling, allowing the live streaming of an annuity case.
A handful of Independent senators have asked the ethics officer to investigate whether letters posted to Sen. Lynn Beyak's website supporting her views on Canada's Indigenous Peoples violate their code of conduct.
More than 100,000 people walking around today owe their lives to the actions of an Indigenous chief on a battlefield in 1885. But he has gone down in history as a traitor, and some argue it's time for Canada to clear his name.
Nearly 25,000 homes with spotty internet in rural towns and remote Manitoba First Nations may unlock speedier connections by next year as part of a joint $83.9-million infrastructure pledge from the Manitoba and federal governments.
The body of 11-year-old Ray (O.J.) Taparti Jr. was found on July 8 in an industrial area of town in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.
Young people trying to leave behind a lifestyle of drugs, crime and violence in North Central - a neighbourhood in Regina, which has the highest murder rate of any Canadian city - are getting help from two new gang exit programs.
A panel of youth artists will lead a discussion on Wednesday in Toronto about cultural appropriation and how Indigenous artists use their work as a form of resistance.
First Nations in Sasakatchewan are wondering why the province has jurisdiction over cannabis retail on-reserve.
The Cherokee Nation next week will mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day as an official holiday for the first time, months after a U.S. federal court ruled that descendants of black slaves, known as freedmen, who were owned by members of the nation have a right to tribal citizenship.
A Kingston, Ont., pub located in a stone building that once housed Sir John A. Macdonald's law office is shedding the name of Canada's first prime minister because it's offensive to some Indigenous customers, according to its owner.
Sen. Lynn Beyak denies that Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asked her to remove letters from her Senate website supporting her view on the residential school system before kicking her out of caucus.