News about a forensic audit on the Roseau River Anishinawbe First Nation has come to light a week before the reserve goes to the polls to vote for chief and council.
Former Indian affairs minister Chuck Strahl and officials in his department treated two members of the Okanagan Indian band like “children” by second-guessing their ability to make business decisions, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has found.
A controversial Indian Affairs economic development program accused of knee-capping Aboriginal banks is being reviewed by a Quebec consultant, Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan said.
The federal government has asked the Canadian Standards Association to help define who is a member of the Metis Nation.
Fires in remote First Nations communities often come with deadly consequences.
A controversial Indian Affairs program accused of giving mainstream financial institutions a “golden brick road” into the on-reserve lending sector has been hit with a major setback after one of seven firms picked to administer government-backed loans decided to pull out.
Students in a northern Manitoba community will be forced to wait another two months before they can go back to their school building.
Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan underwent heart surgery on Tuesday, according to a message posted on the Indian Affairs website.
Indian Affairs is forcing the reduction of bottled water shipments to a northern Ontario First Nations that has been without a clean water supply source since this summer, according to the band chief.