Twenty years ago the Nisga'a Nation in B.C. voted in favour of a treaty with the provincial and federal governments. Today, not all are sure of its long-term success.
Sheila Watt-Cloutier sat down with CBC’s Lawrence Nayally to explore the theme of a keynote speech she gave while she was in Yellowknife last week, that everything is connected.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is launching a multi-year project to restore and conserve a section that highlights First Nations cultures of the Pacific Northwest.
The Council of Yukon First Nations has begun a project to examine and organize its thousands of boxes of historic photos, videos, tapes, and documents.
Can restorative justice provide better justice for victims, offenders and society as a whole? The research says yes, according to Sen. Raymonde Saint-Germain and former senator Art Eggleton.
The seventh annual Parliament of the World’s Religions gathering is taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention centre. Inside the convention centre, Indigenous leaders have created a Lodge of Nations where teaching sessions will take place.
This week's stories: Winona LaDuke’s ‘Honor the Earth’ teams up with ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s; Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese signed to star and direct in “Killers of the Flower Moon”; “Your Name Isn’t English” a short film by Tazbah Rose Chavez premieres in LA; Nike N7 partners for the seventh year with college basketball teams to celebrates Native American Heritage Month; Billy Ray Cyrus joins the StandNVote campaign concert series in North Dakota.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized to the Tsilhqot'in community for the hanging of six chiefs more than 150 years ago.
The University of Manitoba is denouncing hateful messages posted on campus and sent to some fax machines in what the school president says is "a co-ordinated international effort by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups."
Before it made the decision about the new region, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans said it held open discussions with the Inuvialuit and Inuit. But no one consulted with Dene communities on Treaty 11 territory.
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Rodney Stafford and his supporters plan to gather at Parliament Hill Friday for a rally in protest of a controversial prison transfer. Meanwhile, his supporters in Maple Creek, Sask., will be holding a parallel event.
Clay Sparks' recreational cannabis store isn't expected to open until spring 2019. "I want to do it right," he says.
The Tsuut'ina Nation Police Service, Alberta Health Services and Calgary Police Services partner up to host a cannabis awareness session for the first time since legalization.
Robert Lewis had 350 cartons of cigarettes and 96 tubs of fine-cut tobacco products in the back of his truck when he was charged near Sydney Forks, N.S., on June 12, 2017.
'I really loved the work that went with it. It was fun,' says Emma Saganash. 'It kept me speaking my language and kept me in touch with my own people.'
Cree artist Kent Monkman's massive painting Miss Chief's Wet Dream has been acquired as part of the permanent collection at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Halifax.