An Indigenous student group at the University of Saskatchewan is continuing to urge a boycott of reconciliation talks, but a university official hopes that will change.
Advocates in B.C. say much more needs to be done to invigorate Indigenous languages in a province that is largely English speaking.
The institutional hearing in Winnipeg hears from experts on child welfare and family violence.
A Cree man in northern Alberta has successfully fought an illegal fishing ticket after arguing he was exercising his treaty rights.
Retired Supreme Court justice Frank Iacobucci will lead the new consultation process with Indigenous people on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
The call for better communication comes after a false alarm in September which left the people of Chisasibi panicking.
'I think the best thing is to just try to pave the way for others, so it shows that we aren't what they think,' says Ethan Bear of the Edmonton Oilers.
The leader of a Roman Catholic Archdiocese in Nova Scotia knelt in front of a congregation including residential school survivors Monday and personally apologized for the church's conduct at the Shubenacadie Indian Residential School.
The Alberta Energy Regulator says it's no longer considering holding a public hearing for a new oilsands project after an Indigenous community reached a deal with the proponent, Imperial Oil.
Following the Coalition Avenir Québec’s win in the provincial election Monday, First Nations leaders are reminding premier-designate François Legault of his commitment to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Young people and horsemen from the Mistawasis First Nation covered some 120 kilometres from their home community to the new bridge in Saskatoon in a sacred lance run.
Lawyers for CBC and for Rainy River First Nations argue in court that a meeting to decide whether three Thunder Bay police officers will face a disciplinary hearing, after ruling out homicide in the death of an Indigenous man, should be public.
Lauren Jiles, or Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière as she's known on stage, is the first Indigenous woman to be crowned New Orleans Queen of Burlesque.
In a composed, quiet tone, a father conveyed his shock that his daughter, who he thought had gone missing, was found dead in a load of recycling in Winnipeg.
The university's Aboriginal affairs special advisor is facilitating a meeting in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and seeking input.
The five primary investors have granted their approval for a massive liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C. — with the chief executive of LNG Canada saying it will move "immediately" into construction.
Two art shows that took more than a little sleuthing to put together are now on display at the Carleton University Art Gallery and an Elgin Street pub.
The Northwest Territories government will no longer charge Indigenous people hundreds of dollars to reclaim their traditional names.
The new USMCA deal contains strengthened provisions protecting Ottawa's legal obligations to Indigenous Peoples enshrined in the Constitution and in self-government agreements.
Cora Morgan, family advocate for the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, told the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women that the child welfare system is set up to apprehend children, not to support families.