Friends and family of shooting victim Cyrus Green are mourning their loss on the Cold Lake First Nation, Alta., today.
A man arrested after the Squamish First Nation seized control of his family’s business, is now claiming that the band council is acting out of personal interest.
Tyeshia Jones, 18, was laid to rest in Duncan, B.C., over the weekend.
A Yellowknife musician is facing charges after a string of disturbing and bizarre incidents.
Controversy continues to swirl around a Manitoba grand chief’s drunk driving conviction.
A 48 year-old First Nations man says he woke up naked and with a broken shoulder in a Whitehorse drunk tank and he believes surveillance video will show he was the victim of police brutality.
The grand chief of the biggest First Nations organization in Saskatchewan has pleaded guilty to drinking and driving.
Imprisoned Aboriginal women are falling through the cracks of failing rehabilitation programs in federal penitentiaries, critics say.
Two elected First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan are facing drug trafficking charges after a six month investigation in the Yorkton-Kamsack area.