An author in France has made the claim that Aboriginal soldiers scalped and desecrated the bodies of their enemies during the Second World War.
The Native Women’s Association of Canada felt “betrayed” by the Conservative government’s announcement on missing and murdered Aboriginal women, APTN National News has been told.
APTN National News This week’s political panel discusses Sisters in Spirit.
Anishinabe leaders in Ontario are planning a traffic slowdown and a brief highway blockade for Monday to remind the federal government First Nations communities need to be consulted on any planned reforms to First Nations education, says Garden River band Coun. Darrell Boissoneau.
The RCMP has launched an air and ground search for a missing Saskatchewan First Nations woman.
The wife of Canada’s Governor General arrived Thursday morning in a remote northern Ontario Ojibway community that has been plagued by drug-fuelled violence.
British Columbia Premier Gordong Campbell suddenly resigned Thursday. APTN journalists discuss the stunning event.
A group of Five Saskatchewan First Nations say they’ve put together a deal to rival BHP Billiton’s recently rejected hostile takeover bid for Potash Corp of Saskatchewan.
The friend of woman filmed for an online video porn site featuring First Nations women says the woman doesn’t remember signing a consent form.