A Canadian publisher is saying it has no interest in sharing Gerald Stanley's side of the story when it comes to his trial and acquittal, saying it would be a continuation of injustice and would allow Stanley to profit from another man's death.
The National Film Board of Canada has launched Indigenous Cinema, a website that offers free streaming of more than 200 titles by Indigenous directors.
Almost every day, police in Nunavik hand out rape kits to victims who request them. Most alleged assailants are other Inuit, but a former police chief says workers doing stints in the north all too often take advantage of vulnerable people living in isolated communities.
Mental health professionals should make room for cultural approaches when treating Indigenous people, says one doctor attending a a Global Indigenous Mental Health Symposium in Toronto.
The Manitoba Métis Federation is accusing Manitoba's premier of using "race card tactics" over their multimillion-dollar agreement with Manitoba Hydro.
Nunavut Premier Paul Quassa says within the next four years, his government wants to make Inuktut fluency mandatory for all government employees.
Bernice Thorassie drove the nearly 400 kilometre winter road from her home community of Tadoule Lake to Thompson, Man., to share the details of her aunt's brutal death with the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The Saskatchewan NDP says the Chief of the Fond-du-Lac Dene Nation wants more support from the provincial government following a plane crash in the community that claimed the life of one man last year.
The Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning is voicing concerns that proposed territorial legislation would exclude it from core public funding.
People held each other, often crying, as a series of First Nations and Inuit people told of their lives dealing with daily racism and the repeated violent deaths of friends and family.
The dumping of radioactive matter and other contaminants into the Ottawa River from an inactive nuclear reactor northwest of the capital is causing concern among Indigenous communities, environmental groups and others who monitor toxic waste.
Fifty-year-old documents uncovered by the CBC podcast Finding Cleo detail a tense struggle between the bureaucrats behind a Saskatchewan adoption program and Indigenous groups that called it an act of "cultural genocide."
A northern Alberta Métis community surrounded by multi-million dollar oilsands operations says the community is battling a housing and homelessness crisis.
A group representing Inuit in southern Labrador says even taking a modest amount of capelin could hurt the stock and other species such as cod and shrimp.
Minnie Anderson decided to share her daughter Dawn's story after learning the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls was heading to northern Manitoba, where the 37-year-old died in 2011.
The federal government has announced the settlement of a land claim with a northwestern Ontario First Nation whose history dates back nearly a century-and-a-half.
When CBC reporters asked Winnipeggers in an informal survey what they know about reconciliation, only about one in three said they were aware of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and residential schools.
A new national, interactive website will now monitor the progress of one of Canada's most important tools for change — the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.
Ann Thomas Callahan began residential school in the 1930s at age four. Despite facing challenges she pursued higher education, becoming one of the first Aboriginal nurses in Manitoba.
Val Napoleon is the founder of the Indigenous Law Research Unit at UVic, which has been working to rediscover and rebuild Indigenous legal systems across Canada.