It was like a scene from a movie when a Kahnawake couple received a rude awakening last month.
A scheduled court appearance to face drug trafficking charges didn’t stop one chief from attending the annual assembly of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations.
A series have recently unfolded in Seattle, Wash., over the fatal shooting of Aboriginal woodcarver John T. Williams.
A Saskachewan chief who hid a drunk driving charge weeks before he was elected to the post of leading the province’s biggest First Nations organization is refusing to step down despite growing calls for his resignation.
In British Columbia, police are chasing a new angle to solve the murders of women along the province’s infamous Highway of Tears.
Nunavut RCMP have just released their crime stats for the last year.
Activists across the country marched Monday in support of Aboriginal women who have either gone missing or murdered.
The future of Saskatchewan Federation of Indian Nations Grand Chief Guy Lonechild is hanging by a thread.
The family of a Winnipeg First Nations man who died after a 34-hour wait in a city hospital is now outrage after a provincial official had a change of heart.