Charge was triggered by an APTN News investigation into Stephen Harper’s former adviser.
Quebec Premier Phillippe Couillard said Tuesday the Justin Trudeau administration’s stated desire to develop a “government-to-government” relationship with First Nations doesn’t match the Constitutional realities of Canada.
Quebec Premier Phillippe Couillard said during closed-door talks between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, premiers and Indigenous leaders that the Constitution needs to be reopened to deal with issues of Indigenous rights and self-government. , according to Assembly of First Nations Ontario.
The former national chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP), an organization created to represent the interests of off-reserve Indigenous peoples has set up a camp protest camp by its Ottawa head office vowing to remain until the current leader resigns.
Assembly of First Nations chiefs on Thursday defeated a motion tabled by Manitoba leaders calling for the removal of the remaining commissioners heading the inquiry into the national tragedy of the disproportionate number of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls.
Dozens gathered in Thunder Bay Wednesday to say a final goodbye to Barbara Kentner. The Anishinabee woman who was hit by a trailer hitch thrown from a car in January died on July 4.
“It hurts. Now I have to lay my baby down to rest…”
NDP MP Angus seeks probe of continued Justice Canada ‘obstruction’ on St. Anne’s residential school file
NDP MP Charlie Angus has asked the federal Information Commissioner to investigate Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould’s department over its “obstruction” to the release of documents related to Ottawa’s handling of cases from Indian residential school survivors who attended an institution notorious for its use of an electric chair.