The legacy of the Sagkeeng Oldtimers hockey team lives on at the Hockey Hall of Fame with memorabilia now on display.
“She is an inspiration for many young people in our province,” says Premier Dwight Ball of Delilah Saunders.
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Six Nations company develops a website for people to learn their rights when approached by developers looking to use their land.
A vigil was held in Toronto Tuesday night to honour the life of Marlene Bird who died Monday three years after a brutal attack.
World war one Anishinabe soldier Francis Pagahmagabow may not be a well-known name in Canada – but in Europe, the decorated warrior is a hero.
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the First World War battle of Passchendaele in Belgium and an Inuk from Nunavut had a front-row seat for the Remembrance Day ceremony.
“Even if I don’t win, I’m still going to continue with my work for years to come,” says Autumn Peltier.
imagineNATIVE, the largest celebration of Indigenous films hit the streets of Toronto this week and has delivered those movies to its audience in a unique way.