Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used a speech to the United Nations on Thursday to probe a source of national shame: the historic struggles of Canada’s Indigenous peoples.
Chief Commissioner Marion Buller said the report is almost completed, well in advance of the Nov. 1 deadline.
Angie Thorne hugged her granddaughter as she looked for the first time at the blackened pit where her home of 21 years had stood just days earlier.
Canada’s Minister of Indigenous Affairs Carolyn Bennett told the House of Commons Thursday that the damages awarded to Ontario 60’s scoop survivors will be done on a case by case basis.
Organization representing southern Labrador Inuit condemns jailing of Inuk land protector Beatrice Hunter
The organization that represents southern Labrador Inuit condemned the jailing of Inuk land protector Beatrice Hunter.
The developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, which is expected to begin shipping oil on Thursday, will face scrutiny later this summer on whether it violated North Dakota rules during construction.
A private security firm hired by the developer of the $3.8 billion Dakota AccessPipeline conducted an aggressive, multifaceted operation against protesters that included a close working relationship with public law enforcement, documents obtained by an online magazine indicate.
A long-time resident and community leader in Mud Lake is skeptical that the Newfoundland and Labrador premier will follow through on promises to investigate a recent flood.