A First Nation displaced by flooding continues to fight not only for new homes, but also new land.
One of two teenage girls charged with manslaughter in the death of a First Nation woman has appeared in court.
After months of trying to negotiate for a new home, a Manitoba reserve is taking their future into their own hands.
The Lower Fort Garry national historic site in Manitoba is hosting a week of celebrations commemorating the making of Treaty 1.
APTN has been following the story of a 27-year-old disabled man who was assaulted in his Winnipeg apartment.
Unlike mainstream society where men held the dominant power, First Nation women were seen as having the power in Aboriginal societies.
Once again, flooding forced residents of Lake St. Martin from their homes this spring.
Family and friends of a disabled First Nations man who was beaten and left for dead are asking why and how this could have happened.
While one side of Manitoba is starting to see an end in sight for flooding, the other continues to watch levels rise.