A First Nation powwow dancer returned to Portage la Prairie, Man., this week to personally thank the man who returned his lost regalia.
There were more helping hands than Clara Bignell expected out on the waters of the Burntwood River on Wednesday, but searchers were unable to turn up any sign of her missing mother.
The vote was held Thursday morning in Inuvik, N.W.T. The position of president is a three-year term.
The Quebec Indigenous Mentorship Network is one of eight mentorship networks launched across the country by the Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.
A new plaque commemorates the Hay River Missions National Historic Site, once home to a hospital, residential school, rectory, cemetery and Anglican and Catholic churches.
Ontario's first diamond mine is celebrating its 10th anniversary, just months before it shuts down. But not everyone agrees on its legacy or that this is truly the end for DeBeers on the James Bay Coast.
Fond-du-Lac Chief Louie Mercredi and FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron are voicing concerns about mental health resources in northern Saskatchewan after the second firefighter in three years takes his own life.
It’s been about a month since 29-year-old Shawnee Inyallie went missing from Hope, B.C. Her family and the RCMP are asking anyone who might know where she is to come forward.
Chippewas of the Thames First Nation banned Peter Khill from its territory Monday, making it the second First Nations territory to do so.
Yukon is developing a new curriculum which places more emphasis on Indigenous culture. This week teachers met with Indigenous elders outside Whitehorse at a healing camp to discuss the idea.
After the department of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism confirmed Wednesday it will implement a new statutory holiday to mark the legacy of Indian Residential Schools, First Nations groups are weighing the significance of its date.
Becky Thunder dedicates her life these days to carrying on the legacy of her son, who was murdered two years ago along with his girlfriend.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has asked the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to look at how to address concerns with historical figures like John A. Macdonald.
Family and volunteers headed out in Thompson on Wednesday to drag the bottom of the Burntwood River in the months-long search for Diane Bignell, 60.
For the past eight years, Sedalia Kawennotas Fazio has spent her Wednesdays teaching preschool children traditional Haudenosaunee social songs and dances.
An Indigenous leader in the state of Maine says Canada needs to take a tougher stance in the fight to open more of the St. Croix River to migrating fish like gaspereau.
The Regina Indian Industrial School cemetery has received a Provincial Heritage Property plaque in honour of the children buried there.
Métis Nation of Alberta president Audrey Poitras says solid economic investment, including pipelines like the Trans Mountain, is the right way to go.
A coalition that includes advocates for Canada's poor is calling on the Trudeau government to enshrine the right to housing in law.
A mural in the unmistakable Woodland style of the late Norval Morrisseau brings Anishinaabe art and myth to the traditionally Polish neighbourhood of Roncesvalles in Toronto.