APTN Investigates correspondent looks at the Cows and Plows agreement with Treaty 8 and what that is doing to communities today.
The federal government is finally getting ready to live up to one of its promises made to Indigenous people on the campaign trail and move towards drafting legislation of the Indigenous Languages Act.
As the first phase of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) winds down, its future is still uncertain.
Cree woman from Alberta is suing the RCMP for $450,000 for being arrested without justification and assault.
After seeing racist Facebook posts by RCMP members, a former Mohawk police officer is just one voice calling for public accountability on how the RCMP handles misconduct like racism.
Sitting in his Montreal apartment surrounded by movie memorabilia, Jeff Barnaby, a Mi’gmaw filmmaker from Listiguj, QC, is quite clear about what he expects from his cast and crew in the film industry.
Frank Waln, a 28-year-old award winning Lakota hip-hop artist, always wanted to challenge what he saw as racist stereotypes in the 1953 animated Disney film Peter Pan, particularly the song called What Makes The Red Man Red.
Ten years after former prime minister Stephen Harper’s historic federal apology to residential school survivors, former students of St. Anne’s Indian Residential School in Ft. Albany, Ontario are still fighting to have their stories told.
APTN Investigates Sacred Stone Camp, the first NoDAPL camp, was set up on LaDonna Brave…