Yukon's Champagne and Aishihik First Nations want to help build opportunities for people who might have trouble finding work.
A company working on opening the N.W.T.’s next mine is hoping to begin construction of a 180-kilometre all-season road to it next winter.
Andrew Mianscum Jr., who goes to school in the Cree community of Mistissini, Que., has been bullied about his school work. The video his sister posted has been viewed 220,000 times.
Sexual harassment and how to talk about it has been a focus of conversation on and off social media in Nunavut over the last week.
One First Nation is preparing to be a major player in Manitoba's cannabis industry and hopes to provide jobs for its members in the process.
Canada's inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is expected to focus attention Tuesday on the sex trade.
Face of Institutionalized Racism – Marty Two Bulls Last week the Cleveland Indians' season came to an end and with it the end of their usage of Chief Wahoo imagery. Disclaimer The views expressed in the editorial cartoon are not.....
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“Wokiksuye Mi Oyate/Wokiksuye Mi Tiwahe” Remembrance of my Nation/Remembrance of my of family. ~Frank Waln On October 8th 2018 artist Frank Waln released a music video for his song Wokiksuye ft. Marie Waln (his grandmother) and was filmed on Pine.....
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This video has been circulating around Facebook and shows two men signing at the same time. The man on the left is signing in American Sign Language the nationally recognized language for communicating while deaf, and the man on the.....
Indigenous communities are calling for authority over the production and sale of cannabis.
An American senator's release of a DNA test in defence of her claims to Indigenous ancestry has been met with backlash on social media from Indigenous academics and artists in Canada.
Mic Mac Mall — an offensive name on a well-known place. Former Halifax poet laureate Rebecca Thomas meets Rosanna meet to discuss the importance of correcting the name.