Cracks are starting to show within the massive Algonquins of Ontario land claim as the chief of the only federally-recognized First Nation involved in the negotiations […]
A $1 billion lawsuit between the Inuit of Nunavut and the Federal Government has been settled out of court.
The bands say it’s been three years and counting since they’ve met with Aboriginal Affairs.
It dropped like a bombshell in the middle of the election.
The Specific Claims Tribunal blasted a branch of Aboriginal Affairs for being “paternalistic, self-serving, arbitrary and disrespectful” in a recent ruling impacting the department’s “take-it-or-leave-it” gambit to settle historical claims with First Nations.
Twenty years ago the final agreement for land claims and self-government in the Yukon was signed this week.
Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated is holding a presidential election.