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.
After two decades working in Canada’s performing arts industry, Lance Cardinal felt compelled to bring his expertise back to his home community.
People from across the Kitikmeot region are using a new drum dance song book to relearn their traditional language and songs of their ancestors.
Flat Bay Band Chief Liz LaSaga is pushing for the community to distance itself from the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation Band, and apply to deliver benefits to Qalipu status members on their own terms instead.
"We don’t have [police] badges, but we have the experience and the same colour of skin."
A regional branch of the Métis Nation of Alberta is calling for another election in Lac La Biche after receiving complaints that the local Métis council president hosted the last election privately in her home.
Every New Year's day, hunters young and old get up on a high place and throw candies (and other objects) at a crowd of people in their community. Here's why.
The Island Storm are bringing together basketball fans and P.E.I.'s Indigenous communities on Saturday with their first Indigenous Appreciation Game.
Mandi Howard, a Mi'kmaq woman who experienced abuse as a child, receives psychological support from an Indigenous elder - and goes through a releasing ceremony.
The Maori author of The Whale Rider and the Australian Aboriginal poet behind Ruby Moonlight discuss historical wrongs that stories help us face.
When Clyde Tootoosis got a call to be part of creating music for a strategy video game, it seemed like an amazing chance to gain global exposure for his Cree culture.
The Prince Albert Police Service says it was not involved in the search for the support home resident found dead on a rural grid road 10 kilometres from the city on Dec. 27.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer will pay the price at the ballot box for banishing Sen. Lynn Beyak from the Conservative caucus, according to Nick Beyak, the senator's son who is also a city councillor in Dryden, Ont.
A national exhibit to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is in Sudbury.
Just prior to Sen. Lynn Beyak's dismissal, Saskatchewan Liberal senator and chair of the Aboriginal Peoples committee Lillian Dyck spoke out against Beyak’s comments.
A terrible ordeal for a Colville Lake, N.W.T., woman's grandson has left her calling for improvements to medical diagnoses in the remote community.
Alberta is crafting a formal apology to Indigenous people for the infamous '60s Scoop.