The Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation in Ontario, Alvin Fiddler, is welcoming what he calls a "huge" move by the federal government to provide more stable funding for Indigenous police forces across the country.
In Six Nations, the sovereignty arguments asserted by First Nation dispensary owners who have made their moves to stake an early claim in the blossoming cannabis trade may be facing their strongest challenge.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and Grand Council Treaty 3 Chief Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh are calling on organizations and residents in northwestern Ontario to sign a petition that demands the resignation of Senator Lynn Beyak.
First Nations people with a valid certificate of Indian Status card will not have to pay tax on marijuana sales when buying it from a business located on reserve land.
The chief of Saskatchewan's only self-run Indigenous police service says new federal funding could help him recruit more officers and hold on to employees enticed by better-paying jobs with the RCMP and municipal police services.
A newly released report shows that 360 incidents of racist and discriminatory behaviour happened in Halifax Regional School Board schools in 2016-2017. The board is now considering what steps to take next.
The family of a Mi'kmaw woman who died during the long wait for her human rights case over accessible housing to be heard says it's "insulting" that the defendants are trying to have the case dismissed.
Cree lawyer Marie-Ève Bordeleau will serve as the city's commissioner of Indigenous affairs. Her job will include coming up with a reconciliation strategy and advising the mayor and executive on how to build bridges with Indigenous people living in the city.
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On Wednesday, 27-year-old Rebecca Moore returned to her former junior high to declare that the school is on unceded, traditional Mi’kmaq land.
A second teenage girl has pleaded guilty in the death of Serena McKay.