College students across Ontario have been left to hit the books on their own after thousands of teachers, councillors and librarians went on strike.
Prison reform advocates from across the country joined forces today at the Supreme Court to challenge the way Indigenous prisoners are classified in Canada’s penitentiaries.
A play at the National Arts Centre is putting a new twist on the history of Sir John A. Macdonald. Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion features two actors, Herbie Barnes, and Darrell Dennis who are on a mission to hold the remains of Canada’s first prime minister hostage.
In a cultural lodge lined with cedar panels, Lorraine Lute bends over slightly, cups her hands and pulls smoke over her head and down her shoulders.
A group of northern youth are hammering, sawing and sanding their way through their summer vacation.
Indigenous, Jesuit, English and French canoeists joined forces in the spirit of reconciliation.
Members of the Grand Council of the Crees and the Federal government met briefly to sign off on a new governance agreement.
The 2017 North American Indigenous Games are set to begin next week in Toronto.
A new park in downtown Ottawa officially opened Tuesday on the eve of Aboriginal Day.