Drumming and dance groups from beyond the North participated in a cultural event in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, this week.
The Saskatchewan government says it is putting around $211 million into the First Nations and Metis portfolio in the upcoming fiscal year.
Edmonton-based Nigel Henri Robinson, a Dene man from Cold Lake First Nations, is part of a growing movement of Indigenous meme makers across the country.
Even recent medical conditions couldn’t keep some competitors from giving their all at the Northern Games event.
A group of women with lived experience of sexual exploitation and trafficking gathered this week to talk about solutions to the problem.
The award-winning Ojibwe author and academic uses his writing to challenge racist stereotypes that don’t square with his reality.
Visual artist and cultural tattoo practitioner Amy Malbeuf considers her skin stitching to be part of a healing process for Indigenous women.
Wolastoqi artist Jeremy Dutcher used his acceptance speech at the Juno Awards to address reconciliation and issues that plague Indigenous communities.
In this episode of First Words, Juno award winner Jeremy Dutcher explains the intimate connection between his language and music.
As part of the Finding Hope Action Plan, Kids Help Phone bought 12 photographs from Pinehouse youth
With the Juno Awards being handed out March 17, it seemed like the perfect time to hear from all the Indigenous musicians nominated this year.
Efforts to expand the number of Indigenous guardian groups across the country are the focus of a gathering in downtown Vancouver this week.
N.W.T. Premier Bob McLeod said his “patience is wearing thin” with the rate of oil and gas development in the North.
Alaskan Yupik Peter Kaiser has won this year’s Iditarod sled dog race, crossing the finish line in Nome, Alaska, early Wednesday.
An ice sculpture co-created by well-known Indigenous artist Rebecca Belmore has been removed from outside the Remai Modern.
The Turner Valley Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills has partnered with a school in Eden Valley to teach students the art of archery.
‘These masks are well-travelled, and have been separated for so many years,’ said Monica Shah of the Anchorage Museum.
The law governing official languages in the Northwest Territories is ready for an overhaul during its upcoming review, the territory’s languages commissioner says.