Before heading to the Supreme Court, the battle Clyde River, Nunavut was fighting with corporate Canada was a lonesome one.
Kent Driscoll APTN National News Nunavut’s premier Peter Taptuna remembers the days when Ottawa would…
Willow Fiddler APTN National News Two Ontario First Nations are taking the National Energy Board…
Plaintiff in Indian Act case not happy government is pushing ahead with changes without proper consultation
Indian Act plaintiff says government moving ahead with changes without proper consultation.
Three panelists tasked with the National Energy Board with reviewing TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline have resigned from their posts
First Nations say government fails to consult.
In his book, Resource Rulers, Bill Gallagher outlines a series of legal wins by indigenous peoples across the country within Canada’s courts that, he says, effectively makes them the true rulers of the riches within Canada’s lands.
Alton Gas Company plans to create underground caverns to store natural gas
Prime minister, premiers meeting in 3 months to discuss inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women