A man from the Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba is facing several firearms related charges.
Ottawa’s police chief is calling for calm in the wake of two videos showing officers kicking prisoners.
In British Columbia an embattled chief is in court trying to head off a challenge from dissidents.
A fly-in northern Ontario First Nation has declared a state of emergency over a rash of violent incidents, including murders and a series of arson attacks.
Winnipeg police have dumped at least 76 people on roads and highways outside the city on potentially deadly starlight tours, a study has found.
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.