A film examining the case of a young Cree man who was killed on a farm in rural Saskatchewan will open this year's Hot Docs festival in Toronto.
Kindergarteners at Antler River Elementary School on Chippewas of the Thames First Nation are taking part in a new Ojibwe language immersion program.
Norma Baker Flying Horse is Hidatsa, Dakota Sioux, and Assiniboine. She is known for her Native American fashion designs. Norma's fashion work has grown from Pow Wow outfits to designing fashion for award shows like the Grammys and Oscars. Her.....
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations in Saskatchewan is calling for meaningful investments in First Nations education and housing in today's federal budget.
Establishing terms of reference is the starting point of formal negotiations aimed at driving down the number of Indigenous children in foster care.
There is a video circulating on Facebook of Theland Kicknosway hoop dancing at the 2019 Little NHL Ceremonies! If you haven't seen it, watch below! About Theland Kicknosway Theland was awarded an Indspire award in 2018. Culture, Heritage, and Spirituality.....
This summer, 15-year-old Renay Willier will compete to win national softball championships in two countries, facing off against players up to four years older than herself.
About two dozen people met in Yellowknife to discuss details of the $857-million settlement and how they can qualify for their share.
Brady Keeper, who played with the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Blizzard before going on to play for the University of Maine hockey team, has signed a two-year contract with the Florida Panthers.
Five members of the 16-person group made their way to London’s Children’s Hospital, where they met with Justice Smith and shared stories, songs and gifted him a drum.
A mother won’t have a criminal record for repeatedly punching her daughter after the Nunavut Court of Justice overturned a decision by a community justice of the peace in Rankin Inlet.
Indian Country Today reporter Vincent Schilling was drawn in by a German museum's efforts to identify a man sporting a Native American headdress in a poster from the 1970s.
The federal government has settled a number of land claims by the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation and signed a memorandum of understanding on reconciliation.
Wolastoqi artist Jeremy Dutcher used his acceptance speech at the Juno Awards to address reconciliation and issues that plague Indigenous communities.
In this episode of First Words, Juno award winner Jeremy Dutcher explains the intimate connection between his language and music.
The pole is being carved out of an 800-year-old, 23 metre-high red cedar that likely came down during a windstorm 50 years ago near Bamfield, B.C. Tim Paul is carving the piece at a time when his language, Nuu-chah-nulth, is at great risk of becoming extinct.
Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick is leaving his post as Canada's top bureaucrat, saying there is "no path" for him to have a "relationship of mutual trust and respect" with opposition party leaders.