Alberta’s Indigenous relations minister is apologizing after provincial fish and wildlife officers seized dozens of smoked fish from an annual Metis cultural camp.
Pauls heads up the Dusk’a Headstart at the family learning centre for the Kwanlin Dun First Nation in Whitehorse.
The government of Québec has announced $147 million action plan to help the social and cultural development of First Nations and Inuit in the province.
Beverly Andrews APTN National News A new exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) features…
Tom Fennario APTN National News A Mohawk woman is putting a modern touch on Indigenous…
20th anniversary of Inuit studies conference in St. John’s, N.L.
Ossie Michelin Special to APTN National News On the shelf Ungava Gin stands out. Its liquid…
Students enrolling in camp to learn Cree and hunt.
Back to Batoche 2016: Métis from across Western Canada come together to commemorate historic victory
People arrived to Batoche, Sask, by car and canoe to celebrate culture and a ‘historic time for all of the Métis in Canada’