Two photographers documented Indigenous communities around Calgary over several decades starting in the 1930s, but not the regalia you might see in a Stampede parade.
Selma Eccles, a CBC radio journalist in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, turns on her mic every weekday afternoon for her mother.
Weeks after Justin Trudeau was elected in 2015, many Indigenous peoples found hope in his pledge of “sunny ways” and a new “nation-to-nation” relationship with Indigenous communities. But progress has been slow and some are wondering what the future of reconciliation could look like under the next government.
Maskwacis student Donavan Buffalo is determined to graduate from high school and pursue an education in carpentry.
The Kitikmeot Heritage Society has unveiled nine new artifacts at its museum in Cambridge Bay. Nunavut, giving more insight as to how Inuit in the region lived more than 100 years ago.
First Nations in Manitoba have begun vacating their homes due to an October snowstorm that has wiped out power for tens of thousands of residents across the southern portion of the province.
A fishing boat that belongs to a Mi’kmaw community in Cape Breton caught fire overnight. The boat, owned by Membertou, had been tied up at the Dobson Yacht Club in Westmount, N.S.
Morgan Asoyuf’s Royal Portrait exhibition at Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery uses jewelry, carvings and portraits to honour Indigenous matriarchs and activists.
Renowned Cree artist Kent Monkman revisits Winnipeg’s North End, the place that inspired his Urban Rez series. “My view of the world, everything that I think about, is shaped by being from here,” he says.
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada says unmet need in the quickly growing sector increases the risk of cultural appropriation and inauthentic experiences.