The federal government is one step closer to creating a national Indigenous Languages Revitalization Act after government and Indigenous officials met in Yellowknife on Tuesday.
Senators have voted to pass the federal government's bill legalizing recreational marijuana by a vote of 52-29, with two abstentions, paving the way for a fully legal cannabis market within eight to 12 weeks.
Miranda McLeod is setting up a OneMatch testing station at The Forks on Saturday hoping to find a stem cell donor for her four year old son.
The Dzawada̱ʼenux̱w First Nation is turning to the courts to try and stop the operation of open-net fish farms in the waters in the Broughton Archipelago off the coast of British Columbia.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic plans to have Indigenous content in every single one of its more than 150 programs by 2023 as part of its new Indigenous strategy.
A Hamilton man charged with second-degree murder says he was relying on his military training to "neutralize a threat" when he loaded a shotgun, ran outside and gunned down the man trying to steal his truck.
At least two of Perry Bellegarde's opponents for leader of the Assembly of First Nations are taking aim at his relationship with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, saying the fundamental role of the national advocacy organization has to change.
Jolene Creely said birth is one of the most scariest but also most vulnerable experiences a woman can have. A doula can help empower women during birth and provide a sense of fulfilment, she added.
The lights are back on and some wildfire evacuees aren't waiting for the Red Cross or the government to give them permission to return home to Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi First Nations.
A Saskatchewan man started the challenge because he thinks people remember what challenges them and wanted to encourage them to learn their language.
Doug Knockwood used his own experience with addictions and recovery to help many people.
Jennifer Catcheway went missing on her birthday in June 2008. Ten years later, her family reflects on her life, the ongoing search for answers and the hope that keeps them going.
There's a call for a more fitting memorial in St. John's to Shanawdithit, the last-known Beothuk, as well as a day to mark Indigenous history in Newfoundland and Labrador.
A new exhibit juxtaposing two generations of Inuit artists is the AGO's first by its recently revamped department of Indigenous and Canadian Art — a body that has been under scrutiny for its efforts at inclusion.
The Quebec government has quietly taken steps to replace its Secondary III history textbook for next year with a version that will “better reflect the Indigenous perspective."
When Jack Wicksey worked as a house counsellor at a Sioux Lookout, Ont., boarding home for First Nations students he allegedly drugged and raped one male youth, preyed on another who had just lost his mother and often lured boys with promises of innocent massages, according to documents filed with U.S. Federal Court.
A new northern Alberta school district is blazing a trail for Indigenous-led education in Alberta and the rest of Canada.
The Alberta government will start training every provincial public servant on Indigenous history and culture next week, a process that will take three years and cost $2.7 million.
The Regina public school board is looking at renaming Davin School, calling it The Crescents School.
A public school board in northwestern Ontario is hiring a superintendent of Indigenous education and reconciliation, a position believed to be the first of its kind in Canada.