A mural in the unmistakable Woodland style of the late Norval Morrisseau brings Anishinaabe art and myth to the traditionally Polish neighbourhood of Roncesvalles in Toronto.
Last month we gave away a Pendleton blanket. The response to the giveaway was amazing with several thousand people entering for a chance to win. So this month we are going to do it again….but double! 2 Pendleton Blankets! Thanks.....
Winnipeg city council has heard requests to strip Bishop Grandin Boulevard of its name because the busy street is named after an architect of residential schools.
A Métis artist says he wrote a controversial song to draw attention to his people's rights.
A contest for First Nations communities to win $30 million to go toward innovative housing projects has been referred to by one critic as the "Hunger Games of on-reserve housing."
Ontario's tourism minister says her government would be happy to provide a new home for the statue of Sir John A. Macdonald that was taken down in Victoria, even though there is already a large statue of Macdonald directly in front of Queen's Park.
The agreement establishes a cooperative academic relationship between the two institutions.
Gov. Doug Burgum joined with Cankdeska Cikana Community College President Cynthia Lindquist and Tami Reller, with UnitedHealth, for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the renovation of a former group home into a 15-bed residential substance-abuse treatment center for adults in the Spirit Lake Dakota community on Friday.
An AIDS support worker in Saskatchewan says pipes should be more available to drug users if the province wants to reduce HIV rates that are among the highest in North America.
Have you ever heard of Chickasaw Stomp Dance? In the video below Chickasaw TV takes a moment to talk about this deeply traditional dance, and the regalia involved. “Despite being forbidden in the past to practice their traditional dances, the.....
A southern Alberta doctor is engulfed in controversy after he allegedly told a group of Indigenous homeless people to "get a job" and sarcastically asked them if they wanted prescriptions for painkillers.