With 10 per cent of residents in Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut, infected with active or latent tuberculosis, the Government of Nunavut is looking for new ways to combat the disease.
Campaigning in 2015, Justin Trudeau's Liberals promised to "build a government as diverse as Canada." Two years later, progress has been made, but the ideal is still a ways off.
Hundreds of people from Tsuut'ina First Nation and Calgary gathered Thursday for a giant meal and a chance to get to know one another — a tradition that's been taking place for more than 80 years.
It's a sweeping change that could eventually change the way First Nations fund everything from health care to education and housing.
Canada's marijuana industry is expanding rapidly and some First Nations are looking to cash in on the emerging economic opportunities.
After decades of misrepresentation and under-representation of Indigenous culture in Canada's screen industry, the Indigenous filmmaking community is experiencing a boost.
The joint-venture proponents behind the Mackenzie Valley Gas Project have ended their partnership, bringing to a close the dream of a Mackenzie Valley pipeline, and its potential wealth effect.
As Canada 150 draws to a close, a project highlighting alternative narratives from Canada's history has become so popular it's now part of the curriculum in some schools.
The North Slave Métis Alliance and the Yellowknives Dene say the Government of the Northwest Territories is minimizing the impact its proposed Tlicho all-season road will have on the caribou population in the region.
One of two teens accused of killing schoolmate Serena McKay on a Manitoba First Nation in April has pleaded guilty to murder, eight months after videos surfaced on social media showing McKay being beaten the night she was killed.
An artist who worked with the late Nisga'a carver Norman Tait is working to expose fraudulent versions of Indigenous North Coast art after discovering unsanctioned copies of Tait's work being passed off and sold as originals.
A new Facebook policy that bans the sale of animal products caused frustration for vendors in Nunavut, who were blocked from posting sealskin crafts in the lead up to Christmas.
An Inuk activist from Labrador whose struggle with acute liver failure sparked a national discussion about an Ontario transplant policy is being released from hospital in what her friends and family are calling a "Christmas miracle."
This watercolour animation of a clip from CBC Radio's Campus podcast will plunge you into a child's experience of conflict.
Arson Fern Jr., one of 25 people aboard a plane that crashed following takeoff from Fond-du-Lac, Sask., earlier this month, has died from his injuries, says the family of the 19-year-old.
This will be Jonah Sanguez’s second winter trapping, and already the 24-year-old has more than just her latest catch to boast about.
The Mi'kmaq language is falling out of use with young people, so the Eskasoni First Nation is pursuing talks with the Nova Scotia government to help preserve it.
After years of working in construction, Const. Justin Thomson decided to go ahead with what he had thought about doing for years. Thomson applied to the File Hills First Nations Police Service and they began training him.
Indigenous history in Alberta will feature prominently throughout the new Royal Alberta Museum when it opens in 2018.
Here are the top five CBC Indigenous stories from 2017, as voted by our audience.