Amber Tuccaro’s family say the results of an independent federal review confirm what they have said about the RCMP investigation from the outset.
Workers are busy putting up walls and installing windows inside a formerly empty warehouse in Standoff, Alta.
Fort William First Nation (FWFN) hopes to rally support for a new project that would re-open the James Street swing bridge to vehicular traffic.
The tours emphasize how chiefs, trappers, fishermen, bush pilots, war brides, doctors, and even a dairy farmer shaped the town’s political, economic, and social landscape.
The Vancouver Park Board has passed a motion to recognize traditional Indigenous place names for the city’s parks and beaches.
Members of the small First Nation have been scattered around B.C. with no reserve to call home since the 1960s.
A leaked recording shows the prime minister “upset” and frustrated because of “time management” at a meeting with Saskatchewan First Nations leaders.
Wetaskiwin is using sheds to deal with a growing problem of homelessness as the community and neighbouring Maskwacis rally to find long-term solutions.
Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq chiefs say indigenous fishermen should be exempt from any prohibition on fishing within marine protected areas, including those with no-take zones.
A loitering bylaw in the town of Kamsack is under review, according to the town’s administrator, following criticism that it unfairly targets First Nations people.
Chaakapesh: the Trickster’s Quest is touring six Inuit, Cree and Innu communities in Northern Quebec.
Annita Lecchesi says she has logged over 3,000 cases, some reaching as far back as 1900.