The union representing Sûreté du Québec officers recommends better training programs for recruits who work with Indigenous communities, but it is also criticizing certain methods used by the Viens Commission to document their work.
Members of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board have acknowledged "unequivocally" that systemic racism exists in both the Thunder Bay Police Service and the civilian oversight board, after reviewing reports from the Office of the Independent Police Review Director and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
Two Sixties Scoop survivors say they are relieved a concrete date has been set for the Saskatchewan government to apologize for the province's role in the separation of Indigenous children from their families.
The Manitoba Metis Federation has launched a website aimed at collecting stories from survivors of the Sixties Scoop to strengthen efforts to reach a settlement with the federal government.
The Kahnawake Language and Culture Network is planning events and activities for the International Year of Indigenous Languages to spark involvement in the revitalization of Kanien’kéha.
Kahente Horn-Miller explains why a filmmaker's use of her daughter's Kanien’kehá name for a character in a script was deeply offensive.
A survivor of the Sixties Scoop who now lives in Thunder Bay, Ont., says he's attending an information session in the city today to get answers that he's not been able to find, despite repeated efforts.
Patty Musgrave is sharing the story of a recent rescue of a young Indigenous woman in hopes of raising awareness about the risks of being Indigenous and the reality of human trafficking in New Brunswick.
The Cree Nation says recommendations from the Viens Commission will gather 'dust on a shelf' if the province of Quebec doesn't mandate a committee with teeth to oversee it.
The tiny Arctic community of Gjoa Haven, NU, grieved over six tragic deaths in just two weeks in August. Now, CBC News has learned that some in the community are afraid that the tragedies are somehow linked to Parks Canada divers "disturbing" the newly discovered wrecks of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror.
Five new green energy collaborations between private companies and Alberta First Nations are expected to create 1,000 jobs and enough renewable electricity to power nearly 300,000 homes.
Premier Scott Moe will apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors early in the new year.
A holiday feast put on by the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba drew hundreds of people experiencing homelessness for some warm food and gifts from Santa.
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The three remaining members on the Thunder Bay Police Services Board are scheduled to meet on Tuesday for the first time with the newly-appointed board administrator, after the Ontario Civilian Police Commission stripped the board of its power.
Abenaki filmmaker Kim O'Bomsawin said one of the more offensive parts of the play — about residential schools — had been taken out, but more could have been done to rid it of its colonialist undertones.