Protesters gathered this week at a hotel owned by the Enoch Cree Nation in Alberta while an education symposium was underway.
They wanted to reinforce the Mohawk language for kids.
Manto Sipi Cree Nation is just one of many First Nations communities struggling to educate its youth.
The First Nations University of Canada came perilously close to closing. What went wrong? Has…
Students in a northern Manitoba community will be forced to wait another two months before they can go back to their school building.
An Ontario university student will be the first ever to defend a doctoral thesis in the Mi’kmaq language.
Ontario First Nations believe the Conservative government is ignoring their voices on First Nations education and they are warning of a nation-wide shut-down unless things change.
Anishinabe leaders in Ontario are planning a traffic slowdown and a brief highway blockade for Monday to remind the federal government First Nations communities need to be consulted on any planned reforms to First Nations education, says Garden River band Coun. Darrell Boissoneau.
Hundreds gathered in the shadow of the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill Thursday, waving flags and placards, drumming and dancing, in one of the largest rallies this year by First Nations people who came from as far away as New Brunswick to demand federal politicians reverse the dismal quality of education on reserves.