An Ojibwa man has been awarded $4.25 million in compensation from the Ontario government for being wrongfully convicted of killing his four-year-old niece on testimony from disgraced pathologist Charles Smith.
There’s an outcry from Aboriginal leaders that racism is an issue within the justice system in British Columbia’s interior.
On Thanksgiving in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, an 18-year-old man shot and killed his 23-year-old brother.
A historic treaty is at risk of being struck down in British Columbia.
Winnipeg police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for convicted sex offender and former hockey coach Graham James.
Advocates are calling on the federal government to look for solutions to keep FAS offenders out of jail.
An inquest has been ordered into the fatal shooting of a well known B.C. First Nations carver.
A 69-year-old First Nations man with Alzheimer’s who languished in a Winnipeg jail is set free.
A Canadian priest living in Belgium is wanted in Nunavut for alleged sex crimes against children.