The grand chief of Treaty 6 territory, on which the Edmonton hearings of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls took place, made a brief appearance on the final day of the hearings to offer encouragement to the commission and to the 75 witnesses who testified during the three-day session.
The executive director of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls says there have been some serious failings in the way families have being treated by commission staff.
Paul Tuccaro, the brother of a murdered Mikisew Cree First Nation woman spent most of his testimony before the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls laying out his complaints about how the RCMP handled the case.
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.