Two law enforcement agencies and the federal tax authority are investigating the use of fake Indian status cards to obtain tax breaks, CBC News has learned.
By Winona LaDuke
- News From Indian Country(NFIC) -
On September 24, the Duluth City Council discussed purchasing $82,721 worth of riot gear for the second time. Water Protectors, the NAACP, church representatives, and many others packed the City Council to oppose the riot gear purchase. The decision was tabled for the second time.
An investigation by Radio-Canada's investigative program Enquête has found generations of Innu and Atikamekw children, right up to the 1990s, were assaulted by Oblate missionaries posted in their remote Quebec communities.
By Ricey Wild
News From Indian Country
I’m feeling a lot of anxiety right now; of trauma, fear and flashbacks of my own sexual assaults watching the Brett Kavanaugh hearing of testimony by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country
“Has it really been sixteen years?”
“It has.” She answered. “I still think about him every day.”
P.E.I.’s newest senator Brian Francis says he sought and obtained clearance from the federal ethics commissioner to apply for a position with the senate.
The disappearance of a woman six months ago in the tight-knit northern Alberta community of Janvier is now considered suspicious.
In an effort to raise awareness about violence against Indigenous women and children, people from across the country are participating in the Moosehide Campaign's day of fasting and third national gathering in Ottawa.
The chief of the Tahltan First Nation says Telegraph Creek, B.C., is a "construction zone" these days as crews continue their work to rebuild after a wildfire. About 30 workers are in the community every day, and a workers' camp is expected to be set up in the next few weeks.
Canadian midwives say they have an important role to play in improving prenatal care for Indigenous women and newcomers to Canada.
A former grand chief of Grand Council Treaty 3 and chief of Grassy Narrows First Nation is being remembered as a tireless leader and advocate.
"Indigenous women were were not treated with the respect and dignity they deserve," said Danny Smyth.
Speaking to a standing committee, Steven Nitah gave a crash course on the history of Thaidene Nene, why it’s important and what is standing in the way of its finalization.
First Nations members in Nova Scotia say they have the jurisdiction to set their own rules when it comes to cannabis, but want to work with the province to adhere to their guidelines. Chiefs from across the province have agreed to give the government one year before opening on-reserve stores.
The rising popularity of digital interactive work like VR experiences and video games has spurred the imagineNATIVE film and media arts festival in Toronto to add a dedicated digital space this year.
A Mi’kmaq couple has started a short term loan business in their community, which doesn't have a bank.
The holiday shopping season is right around the corner! Have you started shopping yet? During the holidays we get dozens of email each year asking about Native American wall calendars. So we found them for you early! Make sure you.....
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After receiving a threatening, racist letter from neighbours earlier this week, a St. Albert mother says she fears for her children's safety and will move out of her rented condo.