The daughter of Anna Mae Aquash, who was murdered in South Dakota in the 1970’s is welcoming the chance to finally tell her mother’s story before the national inquiry.
A few dozen people walked several blocks from Ontario’s courthouse, across downtown Ottawa to the department of Justice on
The executive director of a shelter in Calgary says the only thing that will save the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is a reset starting with the resignation of the remaining commissioners.
A group of Mohawk women are in Ottawa showing off their raised beadwork at an Algonquin pavilion.
Ellen Gabriel, a member of the Kanesatake Mohawk Territory was once again fighting off construction of a housing development on the edge of the sacred pines.
Climate will be on the minds of many leaders Friday, as the G20 summit gets under way in Germany.
Walk into the foyer of the German ambassador’s residence in Ottawa you will see three flags.