One of the B.C. First Nations identified by Kinder Morgan as having granted consent for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to cross through three of its reserve lands says it hasn’t made a final decision on whether it will let the project through.
Felicien Labat was “the last of the priests” that spoke her language and understood the region’s elders, said Lucy Jackson.
An art show dedicated to 'aunties' is opening in Grande Prairie, curated to start conversations about issues faced by Indigenous women and girls.
Kashechewan First Nation will begin a scheduled evacuation Thursday, but there are currently no flood waters threatening the James Bay community of 1,700. Elders and children are flown out every spring as a precaution and that's expected to start in the next few days.
Every elementary student at a northeast Calgary school painted a buffalo on a mural unveiled Wednesday — as well as learning more about the creature's powerful symbolism in Indigenous culture from the Blackfoot artist behind the project.
Family members of Colten Boushie delivered a fiery call for justice at the international table today, as they called for the United Nations to undertake a study systemic racism against Indigenous people in Canada’s judicial and legal systems.
The barren area of the Evergreen Terrace housing complex, on the 800 block of Hillside Avenue, will be the site of 21 homes thanks to a partnership between the province, City of Victoria, Atira Housing and the Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness.
A lone Alberta Conservative MP's voice of dissent scuttled the quick adoption of a motion in the House of Commons Wednesday calling on Pope Francis to apologize for residential schools.
With their own personal stories as a foundation, and some help from the N'we Jinan initiative, young Indigenous Yukoners are writing songs and starring in professional-calibre music videos.
A fine levied against the Big River First Nation has been upped to $100,000 from $10,000 after a Crown appeal.
There will be an independent review of the experiences of Inuit children in protective care in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate announced Wednesday.
The Ontario NDP are promising to give First Nations all of the money the province makes from mining tax revenue.
The Blood Tribe in southern Alberta will open up dozens of acres of land for development to businesses — including outsiders — after a referendum passed by a margin of one ballot.
Canadian singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie will receive an honorary degree from Dalhousie University Tuesday evening and is giving a lecture on diversity and inclusion. She spoke with CBC News about the honour.
A prominent First Nations leader says an organization representing Canadian Catholic bishops misused his words in a mass email to parliamentarians aimed at pushing back against a motion calling on the Pope to apologize for residential schools.
NDP MPs Romeo Saganash and Charlie Angus and Sen. Murray Sinclair will speak about a motion expected to be debated in the House of Commons this week calling on the Pope Francis to apologize for residential schools.
A social networking tool aimed at connecting and supporting post-secondary Indigenous youth has received an Ontario Trillium grant to expand its network capacity.
Residential school survivor Bernice Daigneault wrote an open letter to Pope Francis on March 30 after he decided last month not to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in the schools.
The cities of Ottawa and Halifax are also competing to host the games. A decision on the winning bid is due in June.
British Columbia's attorney general is threatening to sue if a new law introduced in Alberta causes gasoline prices in B.C. to skyrocket.