Truvada has been free for registered First Nations and Inuit people in B.C. for at least three years.
Students and teachers at an Anishinaabe immersion school in Kenora, Ont. have a lot more to celebrate this new year thanks to a federal tuition funding that is expected to help provide bussing and other essential services to First Nation students living in urban areas of northwestern Ontario.
Katherena Vermette and illustrator Scott B. Henderson discuss how they created the graphic novel series A Girl Called Echo.
Dion Red Gun's fishing operation out of Siksika is part of a wave of Indigenous tourism growth across the country, he's pushing ahead in part to try and preserve the stories and traditions by sharing them with those outside the community.
When hearings into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls took place in Mani-Utenam, Que., in November, commissioners heard how generations of Innu and other First Nations had their lives shattered by colonialist policies.
'When we interact with these slurs, we are confronting them, deconstructing them and regurgitating them to create our own impressions that exemplify us as the strong, creative, and intelligent Savages we know ourselves to be.'
An Inuk activist has been released from hospital for a second time since her health struggles raised awareness about an Ontario rule that requires alcoholics to be sober for six months before they can be eligible for a liver transplant.
CBC's Duncan McCue looks back at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games in Toronto and what it meant to the young athletes who competed.
Tessa Erickson is a high school student and a member of the Nak'azdli Whut'en First Nation hoping to get more young people speaking the Dakelh language.
A Métis man from Stony Plain is picking up a national award as a young entrepreneur for growing his dad's small electrical business.
From the ongoing fight of Indigenous children's advocate Cindy Blackstock, to the political challenges and triumphs of Wab Kinew, to the tragic death of Barbara Kentner, these names made headlines in 2017.
White Pony Lodge is hosting a trial run of a support group for residential school survivors.
Roger Fraser started his business a year ago. But the retired government worker did not expect it to be this busy.
The women from Saddle Lake First Nation who their battle with the federal government over Indigenous women’s rights are being honoured by the Royal Alberta Museum.
Judith Sayers says economic development can go ahead while respecting First Nations land rights and ways of life but those nations need to be involved in decision making.
An American Indigenous man's right to hunt in Canada has been upheld by a judge because his ancestors traditionally hunted in this country
Some members of a remote northern Ontario First Nation are worried about a black bear that's still wandering outside in the cold.
Canada's newly minted Indigenous Services Minister says new funding agreements with First Nations will signal a dramatic change in the relationship between Indigenous people and Ottawa.
An Inuk activist from Labrador is back in hospital with pancreatitis after doctors told her she would not need a liver transplant amid questions about her eligibility under an Ontario transplant program's alcohol-use policy.
The Nunatsiavut government hopes that by clarifying a few things, including the options available when it comes to how women or girls can provide statements, it will encourage more to come forward.