RCMP in Vancouver are hunting for the killer of a 71-year-old First Nation elder.
The Metis Nation of Alberta continues its fight for the right to hunt.
Two federal cabinet minister were in Iqaluit Wednesday to announce changes to the government’s much maligned Nutrition North food subsidy.
There is another twist in the case of the drunk-driving charges facing Chief Guy Lonechild.
The Sayisi Dene delegation took the elevator down to Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan’s Parliament Hill office and planned to stay until they received a commitment the government would finally deal with their longstanding grievance over their forced relocation in the 1950s that plunged them into misery and death.
We spoke to APTN lawyer Bob Sokalski Tuesday about our efforts to take a camera into the hearing room for a federal Human Rights Tribunal.
Senators grilled the Indian Affairs Minister Monday over his government’s controversial water bill.
Can the Indian Act be dismantled?
A delegation of Sayisi Dene from northern Manitoba is calling for a federal apology for the forced relocation of their community.