MPs are back at work in Ottawa, but for how long?
The Alberta government’s newly appointed tar sands panel is only a few days old, but one of its members has already quit.
A 48 year-old First Nations man says he woke up naked and with a broken shoulder in a Whitehorse drunk tank and he believes surveillance video will show he was the victim of police brutality.
Friends and family paid tribute to Jose Kusugak, an Inuit leader who spent his life fighting for Inuit rights, during a memorial service in Ottawa.
Manto Sipi Cree Nation is just one of many First Nations communities struggling to educate its youth.
Some Conservative MPs on Thursday called for the return of federal dollars to the much-vaunted Sisters in Spirit database of murdered and missing Aboriginal women which remains in limbo after the Conservative government cut its funding.
Jordan’s Principle was named after Jordan River Anderson.
A Manitoba MP is recruiting some Hollywood muscle in her fight to save a refinery in her riding.
The death of a man in northern Manitoba has leaders calling for an inquest into how nursing stations treat patients.