After supporting families during the national inquiry, two staff members will be testifying about their own loss at the hearings in Vancouver.
Jessica Coffey got her start when she saw people hand poke tattooing each other at a party and decided to try it herself.
Eight drinking water advisories affecting Prairie First Nations, including one active since August 2009, were lifted last month by the federal government.
The University of British Columbia has unveiled bilingual street signs around campus to acknowledge the traditional territory of the Musqueam territory.
The dean of Lakehead University's law school is stepping down.
Family members are poised to share stories of violence, anguish, tragedy and resilience in Richmond, B.C., at the final public hearing of the national inquiry into Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The Indian Group of Seven was composed of Indigenous artists inspired by the other Canadian Group of Seven, known for painting serene landscapes in the 1920s.
A Métis group in Grande Prairie wants to build a second elder's shelter in the city, which would more than double the number of beds available to Indigenous seniors facing homelessness.
The organization representing Indigenous firefighters across Ontario says there's been more government action in the past couple of years to help improve fire safety in First Nations communities but a lot of work still needs to be done.
The provincial government is proposing a bicultural centre with criminal and restorative justice processes, according to a letter signed by an official with the Ministry of the Attorney General.
An Indigenous woman who claims she was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979, was in Windsor Tuesday, speaking out against injustices in the Canadian prison system.
A development corporation comprising Eabametoong, Marten Falls, and Aroland First Nations will manage the forest for two years with a view to signing a long-term agreement.
Stephanie Cook didn't know what kohlrabi was and had never eaten a brussels sprout three years ago, but now she not only eats them — she grows them for hundreds of people in her northern Manitoba community.
Electrical engineer-in-training Brian Pottle encourages young people to pursue their education and fulfilling careers.
To many in the Canadian film and TV industry, makeup artist Geralyn Wraith was like a beloved member of the family, a close friend and a psychologist.
Canada's Indigenous services minister says Ottawa has fully complied with a 2016 ruling from the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that said the federal government discriminates against Indigenous children.
The Cree poet and scholar on his debut poetry book.
Since people have lived in New Brunswick there have been highways, though not all were created equal.
Community acceptance made coming out as transgender easier for one teen in this isolated Northern community.
The Semaganis siblings from Little Pine First Nation in Saskatchewan had spent decades searching for their sister Cleo, but it was through a CBC podcast that they finally learned her fate. Listen to the final episode and read about how Cleo's siblings came to terms with what they learned and what they had lost.