On Human Rights Day, people marched through Winnipeg streets to raise awareness about the impacts that hydroelectric development has had on northern Manitoba communities.
A newly elected town councillor in Hearst, Ont., says he won’t have to give up his seat after refusing to swear allegiance to the Queen.
A health, fitness and well-being group from the Onion Lake Cree Nation provides a safe and informative environment to Indigenous women.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Commission recognized three women for their contributions.
A major purchase of Inuit art has left some asking whether artists are getting a fair cut from the work they create.
The Innu Nation and Nunatsiavut are both welcoming upcoming legislation, which is set to be put forward in early January 2019.
The Tsuut’ina Food Bank has been operating for just over a year and a half and is seeing record numbers this holiday season.
Suicide and homicide were among the possible findings. The six person jury chose neither.
A judge in Calgary is hearing the final arguments in a long-running Aboriginal land claim that affects a large swath of territory in southern Alberta.
The award-winning musician has started a six-part series called Una Huna? What is this? following the adventures of a young Inuit girl.
RCMP Constable Jerry Abbott said he thought Whitstone was reaching for a gun and yelled as much to other officers, despite never seeing a gun.
The Cree Nation government is moving to restrict the caribou harvest in an effort to protect the George River and Leaf River herds.
First Nations leaders from across the country mourn the loss of respected Anishinaabe elder, Elmer Courchene.