One Kawacatoose First Nation man got a call this week from the MMIWG inquiry informing him there was a spot open Thursday morning for him to testify.
Rankin Inlet community hearings for the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls has been rescheduled.
NDP MP Charlie Angus wants to know what Justice Canada has to hide over its decision to suppress thousands of police files from an investigation into abuse allegations at one of the country's most notorious residential schools.
Reports say the Innu Nation will not accept an apology to the province's residential school survivors from the prime minister.
Fans of Indigenous films are in for a treat as the annual Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival runs Thursday to Sunday.
Community stories, locally made artifacts, and keyboards programmed for Swampy Cree and Oji-Cree are just a few pieces of a Manitoba Museum heritage project that earned national recognition this week.
A mother who lost her 31-year-old daughter says a coroner's inquest should examine systemic racism in Yukon. The territory's chief coroner disagrees saying it's too broad a question to investigate.
It has been just three weeks since Inuk artist Delilah Saunders and her family testified at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls at Membertou First Nation in Nova Scotia. Now, Saunders says she's "turning her pain into positive action," collaborating with a Labrador City composer on a chamber opera.
The death of Azraya Ackabee Kokopenace, in Kenora, Ont., last year will be included in a broader "expert review" of 11 young people who died while in the care of child welfare services in Ontario, according to the province's chief coroner.
Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says talks continue in an effort to resolve an issue that led to the closure of a provincial park nearly two weeks ago.
Students at Beaver Brae Secondary School in Kenora, Ont., have crafted over 100 faceless dolls as a way of helping people understand the importance of the inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG)
The federal government apology for residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador is bringing back difficult memories for survivors.
Myrna LaPlante's aunt went missing in 2007 and on Wednesday, she told her story to the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The site provides information and tools for Indigenous communities when faced with making a decision dealing with third party organizations on issues such as resource extraction or development on their lands and territories.
The SICC language keepers conference recognizes young storytellers by having a writing contest. The educational catch is, the story has to be written in the student's own Indigenous language.
The University of Victoria has asked two experts in conflict resolution, lateral violence and trauma to lead a review of its Indigenous governance program, CBC News has learned.
Colleen Whitedeer testified this week at the inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls about her brother Timothy Charlette, who has been missing since 2014.
A man and a 13-year-old boy went missing in blizzard conditions while travelling to Hall Beach by snowmobile late Sunday night.
Maxine Goforth, mother of slain Indigenous woman Kelly Goforth, will speak and tell her daughter's story at the MMIWG inquiry in Saskatoon. Maxine spoke with CBC to talk about her daughter and the support she has received.
One family has submitted a list of nine recommendations to the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women as a way to prevent future tragedies.