The commander of Canada’s East Coast Navy has apologized to the Aboriginal community for a Canada Day confrontation in which Armed Forces members disrupted a ceremony in Halifax
APTN National News How long have I known you, Oh Canada? A hundred years?…
A look at how Wednesday night unfolded in Ottawa.
With its festive, and expensive, celebrations, Canada is also, consciously, or unconsciously, celebrating 150 years of assuming sovereignty for land in which it does not have a title.
Amnesty International handed out its Ambassador of Conscience Award in Montreal Saturday night.
The Enoch Cree First Nation in Alberta isn’t on a boil water advisory – but people in the Alberta community didn’t trust the water.
Widia Lariviere is one of the co-founders of the Quebec chapter of Idle No More and was recently named as one of this year’s recipients of the Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience Award.
A coalition of Indigenous groups from Canada and the U.S. has signed a declaration against the Keystone XL pipeline, vowing to use the courts and whatever other means necessary to block the controversial project.
A general practitioner who works with Indigenous patients is skeptical about a new Health Canada policy that allows travel companions for pregnant Status Indian and Inuit women.