Winnipeg police have launched an investigation into the death of a First Nations man who was left waiting in a city hospital’s emergency room for 34 hours.
Shares of a British Columbia mining company waiting on the federal cabinet to decide the fate of their controversial gold and copper mine plummeted Thursday.
A historic treaty is at risk of being struck down in British Columbia.
The province of Ontario has launched an investigation to find out whether human remains were extracted from a development on an ancient First Nations village site.
First Nations chiefs say they are disappointed but not surprised a special land claims tribunal with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s fingerprints remains stalled three years after it was unveiled amid much fanfare during a Parliament Hill press conference on a “historic day for Canada.”
Winnipeg police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for convicted sex offender and former hockey coach Graham James.
Iqaluit’s dump fire has been burning since September and now schools are closing over fears toxic smoke could harm the health of local children.
Advocates are calling on the federal government to look for solutions to keep FAS offenders out of jail.
A northern Ontario First Nations chief says the judge who sentenced him and five band councillors to jail time should be removed from a land claims tribunal unveiled in a “historic announcement” by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2007.