For Anishinaabe students working alongside NCC archaeologists, digging up pieces of ancient tools and pottery at the shoreline of the Ottawa River is as much about connecting with their culture as it is about protecting fragile artifacts.
At 16 years old, Jacob Valley’s already seen how an entrepreneurial spirit could benefit him and fellow Indigenous people. Having seen what it's like to struggle to pay for groceries or to pay bills, he wants to achieve his business goals and find stability.
Clearwater Seafoods Ltd. is applauding a federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans decision to cancel a fourth Arctic surf clam fishing license, that currently leaves the company with a monopoly on the lucrative shellfish export.
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Tom Isaac advised the N.W.T. and federal governments on negotiations in the South Slave region. He's being recognized as one of the top 25 most influential in the legal profession.
18-year old Westin Sutherland is dubbing popular cartoons in Anishinaabemowin and Cree with the help from language speakers like Elders and teachers in Winnipeg.
When Kathleen and Jeff Coleclough first began to explore their Indigenous roots and traditional crafting, they didn’t expect it to turn into requests from museums and movies, to craft props for actors like Leonard DiCaprio.
First Nations chefs and culinary experts seek to remind Indigenous people about their culinary roots, while educating others on traditional dishes and ingredients. For the first time ever, West Vancouver's Harmony Arts Festival features an Indigenous showcase.
A Manitoba man made Todd Papequash's day when he recovered a lost case containing his regalia and delivered it safely to the Long Plains First Nation powwow.
The Métis Nation of Alberta hopes to settle by 2019 long-standing issues that’ll recognize what they’ve argued are their inherent rights to harvest and self-govern.
Fort William First Nation hosted the Canadian Armed Forces Eagles Nest camp this week
The first-ever Indigenous contestant to win a Miss Teenage Ontario title is using her own experience to bolster advocacy around Indigenous youth suicide.
This week's stories: Google celebrates Native American engineer; Canadian courts approve settlement on certain survivors of the Sixties Scoop; Seminole Tribe eliminates plastic straws at its casinos; Cherokee Nation make first conservation area on tribal land for an endangered beetle species; ShoShona Kish to receive 2018’s Womex Professional Excellence Award.