Louisa Black is trying to track down her nephews in time for their grandfather's funeral on Tuesday. The boys were apprehended from their mother a decade ago, and the family has not been able to communicate with them.
Several Indigenous elders will be flown by helicopter into the backcountry of Banff National Park for a blessing ceremony as officials prepare to let recently reintroduced bison roam free.
Quebec theatre director Robert Lepage has responded to Indigenous actors, writers, activists and artists from across the province who raised concerns about his upcoming play, Kanata, in an open letter on Saturday.
The Justice For Our Stolen Children camp says it has launched legal action in response to arrests that took place at the camp last month.
How a small Edmundston-area band with an all-women leadership became one of the most prosperous First Nations in the New Brunswick.
Winnipeg Indigenous filmmaker Sonya Ballantyne has always been drawn to the stories of superheroes, because she sees parallels between their stories and the experiences of Indigenous people.
Would you survive a zombie apocalypse? How about if you were living on the rez? That’s the topic of a panel discussion at this year’s Indigenous Comic Con in Albuquerque, N.M., hosted by the co-creators of the website A Tribe Called Geek.
The Calgary Stampede's Indian Village has been renamed Elbow River Camp, the organization announced Sunday.
Some young players were even flown down from Old Crow, to get some new gear and play for the first time.
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A woman who was arrested after a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia's North Thompson Provincial Park Saturday morning has been released from custody.
Paddlers in canoes and kayaks headed toward Trans Mountain's Westridge Marine Terminal on Saturday to attend an Indigenous ceremony to protect the water.
In an open letter, nearly two dozen Indigenous artists, activists and academics from across Quebec say they want more Indigenous artists to be included in Robert Lepage's new theatre production, Kanata.
When residents of a seniors home in Behchoko, N.W.T., were reluctant to join in with modern exercise programs, program coordinators found a culturally-relevant solution: marrying yoga practice with traditional movements.
Nunami, a new Inuit designed board game, was inspired by the Arctic environment and Inuit culture.