Indigenous peoples are more likely to suffer a heart attack than non-Indigenous peoples and at a younger age according to a report released Thursday.
An Indigenous group from Guatemala is taking a Canadian mining company to court over human rights violations.
The 2012 Summer Olympics are over and athletes from across the globe are returning home.
The Canadian government won’t get any warning the next time it faces a major strike against its economy of the scale witnessed in 2007 when Mohawks from Tyendinaga shut down rail-lines and one of Canada’s busiest highways for several hours, according to one of the Mohawks involved in the event.
One Ottawa-based videographer is bridging a global communications gap for Indigenous communities around the world.
An international organization is sounding the alarm about a remote tribe in the jungles of Brazil.
The Embera Katio people traditionally wake before the sun rises and on a Saturday in January of this year a family had gathered to cook breakfast in the western part of Colombia when a bomb fired from a military helicopter exploded.