It was a three-year court battle of David versus Goliath proportions and the victory will have rippling effects for other kids covered by Health Canada’s Non-Insured Health Benefits program.
B.C. woman is promoting her Facebook page in the hopes of finding her sister, Doreen Jack, and family who have been missing since 1989.
The Indian and Metis Friendship centre in Winnipeg’s north end is once again facing the prospect of having to close its doors. Nearly 7,000 people pass through its doors every month but a funding issue may close its operations.
The Bill is just the first step in making changes, says the province.
Indigenous leaders throughout Manitoba welcomed news this week that a new rate class would be created for hydro customers living on reserve.
First Nations, Metis CFS agencies sue Manitoba government for withholding $266-million meant for kids in care
First Nations and Metis child and family services were in court Thursday asking a judge to order the Manitoba government to stop its practice of keeping money meant for Indigenous children in care.
Police watchdog to look into complaint of OPP investigation at the centre of APTN Investigates story
The Office of the Independent Police Review Director of Ontario (OIPRD) is looking into a complaint involving the Chatham-Kent OPP’s handling of a fatal pedestrian collision on the Delaware Nation of Maraviantown following an episode of APTN Investigates.
It took 17 years of battling Ottawa and area residents, but the seven bands that makeup Treaty 1 got the deal they were looking for on Wednesday and are now the owners of the former Kapyong Barracks.
(Home in Morley, Alta. where EMS found an infant dead and transported 14 others to…