No consultation, no permit. That’s the decision from the Federal court regarding a mining company’s permit to explore the lands of two First Nations in the North.
Have you heard the one about the $1 billion couch?
It is a sore that continues to fester for those who knew John Andrew Simon.
Dene elder Michel Paper, 97, nearly tossed $1 million into the trash.
Tuesday marked the anniversary of Louis Riel’s execution for treason. Some are hoping to overturn his conviction.
The Quebec Native Women’s Association has a new president.
The federal government has said that its endorsement of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples shows its support for the rights of Canada’s Aboriginal people. But a quick glance across the country shows those rights are often being ignored.
Nunavut RCMP announced today the results of a sting operation they held last month.
This year has been designated the year of the Metis.