Geographer Rick Laprairie says he has found the earliest known reference to "Toronto" ever seen on a map. It comes from a collection in Paris and dates back to 1678.
We take a look at the top news stories of the week from CBC Indigenous.
Ottawa duo Twin Flames picked up two trophies at the Native American Music Association Awards in Niagara Falls, N.Y., Friday.
The Native American Music Awards (also known as the NAMAs or “Nammys”) recognizes outstanding musical achievement in styles associated with Native Americans, predominantly in the United States and Canada. The awards were created in 1998 to offer Native American musicians greater recognition from the American.....
The Elephant Hill Wildfire burned up 192,000 hectares of B.C. Interior in 2017. One archaeologist says that has made it easier to comb the forest floor for hidden Indigenous archaeological sites.
'I was hoping, with my time there, it would encourage others to run,' says Schultz. 'I'm somewhat disappointed.'
Wanda Pascal travelled to Edmonton last weekend to get a glimpse of one of her favourite country music artists, Jessi Colter. Pascal wanted to give Colter a piece of her Indigenous heritage.
Saturday marks the first step in the Saskatchewan government's effort to observe past wrongs and consider a "meaningful" apology to Sixties Scoop survivors.
The inaugural Arctic Comedy Festival is raising money for the Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line, a suicide support phone line.
Indigenous students at universities on the Prairies say there's still a ways to go when it comes to creating safe and welcoming spaces and incorporating Indigenous traditional knowledge at post-secondary institutions.
The largest on-reserve health centre in Atlantic Canada opened in Eskasoni, N.S., on Friday.
Alexander First Nation Chief Kurt Burnstick was found not guilty Friday on two counts of sexual assault and one count of break and enter to commit an indictable offence
The National Energy Board has laid out next steps to review the impact of the Trans Mountain pipeline on the marine environment, and has given 99 stakeholders tight deadlines to have their say on the proposed expansion.
The Yukon Indigenous woman played a significant role in the discovery of gold in the Klondike more than a century ago, and now she'll finally take her place in Canada's Mining Hall of Fame.
The Regina Police Service is still searching for a 40-year-old woman who was last seen on Sept. 8 on the 2200 block of Garnet Street.
The tribal governance and business management degree has become the most popular bachelor’s program on campus, and second only to the general direct transfer associate’s degree for most popular program in the entire school.