An Alberta Crown prosecutor allowed a Metis man to plead guilty to simple drug possession in May after the RCMP told him the so-called drugs weren’t real, APTN News has learned.
A Calgary law professor says the case of Cindy Gladue, a First Nations woman killed in Edmonton motel room could change the way sex crimes are prosecuted in Canada.
First Nations writer and artist Aaron Paquette lone Indigenous candidate to survive Alberta election
While there was a record number of Indigenous candidates running in municipal elections across Alberta, only First Nations artist Aaron Paquette was able to secure a seat around a council table.
Edmonton police say a First Nations woman who had her car keyed was the victim of a hate crime.
More than 4,000 First Nation, Inuit and Metis elders are in Edmonton this week to collaborate, teach, and learn about issues including climate change, reconciliation and missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Well-known elder Taz Bouchier says she wants an Indigenous voice to lead the city of Edmonton and has launched a campaign for mayor.
The City of Edmonton has been hosting a ten day celebration called K-Days since 1879.
An Edmonton lawyer has launched a class action lawsuit against the province of Alberta because he says authorities have no legal right to take so many children away from their families.