OPP, province frequently point to findings of Ipperwash inquiry as they deal with McKenzie Meadows land reclamation
A canoe journey is underway in Ontario to raise awareness of inherent Aboriginal rights. This…
Ottawa finally returns lands that sparked Ipperwash crisis to Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point
APTN National News More tensions are brewing in Ipperwash.. Members of Kettle and Stony Point…
AFN National Chief Bellegarde says First Nations will launch constitutional challenge against anti-terror law
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde said the Harper government should expect a First Nation constitutional challenge to its proposed anti-terror law.
The federal Aboriginal Affairs department has used “misleading” and “false” statements to claim success in dealing with historical grievances known as specific claims, a new report has found.
A tribunal created to deal with historic First Nation grievances is slowly being smothered by the Harper government, said a British Columbia grand chief in response to revelations the independent body is now being relocated and stripped of the ability to run its own affairs.
This week, APTN honours Aboriginal history month and takes a look back at a call for justice.
The office of Aboriginal Affairs John Duncan is calling the on-going blockade of a CN rail line in Sarnia a “legal matter” that needs to be dealt with by the community while the mayor says it’s very much a federal government problem that needs to be addressed by Ottawa.