The federal government is considering calling in a reserve military unit with a large Aboriginal component as one of several options to help a beleaguered northern Ontario Ojibway reserve whose chief recently issued a national plea for help over escalating drug-fuelled violence.
A fly-in northern Ontario First Nation has declared a state of emergency over a rash of violent incidents, including murders and a series of arson attacks.
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.
A First Nations rights group is still planning blockades around Toronto on June 24 despite warnings from Canada’s spy agency and the increased security around the gathering of world leaders the same week.
‘System doesn’t work for us’: Innu Nation readies itself for public inquiry into Innu children in care
After years of delays, inquiry into Innu children in provincial care set to begin in the fall.
Adrian Sylvester says he believes the hitch was thrown at him deliberately, wants to warn others.
Reaction to fire has been mixed as some want sex abuse swept under the rug
‘I see a nation suffering and I see it just being ignored. There’s a vicious cycle.’
‘I made a promise to my mother that I would continue to look for her long lost son.’