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Dene Nahjo, a collective dedicated to creating spaces that help Indigenous people reconnect to cultural knowledge, hosted a hide camp in Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation, the first such camp to run since 2019.
The Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada named a new director of Indigenous programming — a position borne of a collaboration that lasted over eight years.
Horror movies and home invasions: What emerging Kanien'kehá:ka filmmakers are focusing their lens on
Held as part of the Montreal First Peoples Festival, the Revisioning the Americas through Indigenous Cinema conference took place in Kahnawake on Monday.
The provincial government has decided not to rename the Colonial Building provincial historic site in St. John's, and reactions are mixed. The building is set to open in September.
Two organizations in Six Nations of the Grand River have started a fundraiser with a $1 million goal to help replace a replica 17th-century longhouse badly damaged in a recent fire.
Eekeeluak Avalak of Cambridge Bay will receive a hero's welcome when he returns to his western Nunavut home Monday with his coach, Chris Crooks, and teammates.
A woman in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, is raising funds to replace her nephew’s phone that was destroyed when he jumped into the ocean to rescue a drowning child in late July.
Climate change impacts at the fore for south coast communities after central Newfoundland forest fires
After being cut off from the rest of the island for five days, communities on the south coast of Newfoundland say they're preparing for the brunt of climate change
A Manitoba Crown attorney has raised concerns about a northern child welfare agency after it failed to properly arrange for a sexual assault victim to appear in court as a witness.
The Nova Scotia Native Women's Association is engaging with First Nations across the province to discuss restoring midwifery practices in communities. The hope is to make midwives available under the Mi'kmaw health authority.
The Brandon Friendship Centre GAP youth outreach is holding workshops to help Indigenous youth translate their experiences into employable skills — part of a larger effort in Brandon aimed at the inclusion of Indigenous people and communities in economic opportunities.
Inuit have hunted caribou in Labrador for countless generations — a practice that is now illegal because of the collapse of the once-massive George River Herd. A new documentary examines the impact of losing a critical source of food, and an integral part of Inuit culture.
The federal government is providing $34 million to four N.W.T. Métis communities for housing-related projects.
Hundreds of people of all ages turned out at St. John's Park in Winnipeg Saturday afternoon for the 14th annual No Stone Unturned Concert for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, which offers a chance to gather in support of those who have lost loved ones.
Runners laced up for a half-marathon outside a prison just north of Winnipeg on Saturday morning to raise money and awareness to support incarcerated Manitobans and their families.
Artists draw on Indigenous teachings, land-based learning to create water vessels at Manitoba workshop
A Winnipeg-based artist is getting her hands dirty this summer for a 10-day workshop in Grand Rapids, Man., that focuses on harvesting clay by hand to create traditional Indigenous water vessels.
Fifty-five years after Tootsie Jimmy-Charlie was found dead in a Whitehorse dump, RCMP acknowledge their investigation was flawed.
Team Haudenosaunee and five other nations are competing in Winnipeg this week at the World Junior Lacrosse Championships.
Métis beader Jessie Pruden — known as Bead 'n Butter — is heartbroken after parcels containing her handmade earrings were stolen from a Canada Post mailbox.
When Eekeeluak Avalak won Nunavut’s first gold medal at the Canada Summer Games, he says he channeled strength from his coach, his family, his territory and his ancestors.