Chief of Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation, Chris Skead is calling on his community to help the people of Waabseemoong First Nation as they evacuate their home due to smoke from a forest fire approximately 20 kilometres from the community.
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Indigenous activists who met with Robert Lepage say the Quebec theatre director did little to address concerns about the lack of Indigenous input in his upcoming play about Canada's settler history.
One of Alberta's top women golfers rarely gets out for a round, and even then, it's usually just nine holes. But the 29-year-old's strong showing in her amateur debut has earned her a spot at the national championships.
The relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Saskatchewan is “deeply damaged” and the province’s decision to take legal action against an Indigenous protest camp may drive a further wedge, says the executive director of an organization that works toward reconciliation.
The Liberal government's recent cabinet shuffle is drawing praise from Northwest Territories MP Michael McLeod, who says he expects the change to allow for more attention to be brought to Northern issues.
The Canadian Armed Forces were welcomed today by Fort William First Nation to kick off preparations for the Army's youth camp.
B.C.'s mammoth Site C hydroelectric project is seriously behind schedule, plagued by quality problems and marked by secrecy, according to an assessment by an international dam expert.
The University of Winnipeg has put out a call for an Indigenous artist to create a podium for special events such as convocation.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking legal action against the Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp and Regina Police Chief Evan Bray.