Members of Justin Trudeau’s youth council are urging the prime minister to withdraw his decision to buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.
The Justice For Our Stolen Children camp says it has launched legal action in response to arrests that took place at the camp last month.
The Calgary Stampede’s Indian Village has been renamed Elbow River Camp, the organization announced Sunday.
Some young players were even flown down from Old Crow, to get some new gear and play for the first time.
A woman who was arrested after a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia’s North Thompson Provincial Park Saturday morning has been released from custody.
Paddlers in canoes and kayaks headed toward Trans Mountain’s Westridge Marine Terminal on Saturday to attend an Indigenous ceremony to protect the water.
Nunami, a new Inuit designed board game, was inspired by the Arctic environment and Inuit culture.
The granddaughter of the famed Kwagiulth carver Ellen Neel says the private sale of three totem poles created by her late grandmother “feels like ransom.”
There’s something different about Sudbury’s iconic water tower on Pearl Street.
A small group from New Zealand is at the Masters Indigenous Games in Toronto this weekend showcasing their traditional sport, Ki O Rahi.
The Yukon Native Language Centre partnered with several communities, to host a course geared toward adults.
The RCMP are investigating allegations of child abuse at a daycare in Peguis First Nation.
‘I would love to go to the Olympics. World Cup is definitely a step in the right direction,’ says N.W.T. athlete.
Community officials are scrambling to find homes for at least eight people after an early morning fire destroyed an apartment building in Elsipogtog First Nation.
The president of NunatuKavut is emotional at announcement, but the Innu Nation says it was not consulted by the federal government.
Fort William First Nation raised a pride flag to honour and recognize two-spirit people in the community.
The city of Saskatoon says it will support a peaceful Indigenous protest camp that has been set up in a local park.
A group that represents Kaska First Nations in B.C. is suing the Yukon government, in a case that could have profound implications on hunting rights.
The Edmonton Indian Residential School may be 50 years into the past, but the effects are still felt by survivors and their families today.
A specialized, all female health team in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has a new addition to its team: a mobile health clinic.
Indian Village will get a new name next year, says Indian events committee chair Lowa Beebe
4 of the 5 candidates running to be AFN’s national chief were at a forum in Whitehorse on Tuesday.
About a dozen people are at the Spirit of Buffalo camp near Gretna, Man., 100 kilometres south of Winnipeg, an organizer says.
A Saskatoon man has set up a teepee in Saskatoon’s Victoria Park. A similar camp in Regina has swelled to 14 teepees.
Thunderbird House is badly in need of roof repairs — and an expert copper contractor with the knowledge and experience to do it.