Nutrition North is the food subsidy program that replaced food mail, but one stable of life was not included.
Several Manitoba First Nations are fighting to keep floodwaters from overwhelming their communities.
As the election campaigns continue to roll, many Aboriginal organizations are encouraging their people to get out and vote.
With a number of Aboriginal sporting events facing cancellation from lack of funds, one man is putting his own millions behind a hockey tournament.
As warmer weather arrives in Manitoba, concerns over flooding continue to rise.
The Sayisi Dene delegation took the elevator down to Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan’s Parliament Hill office and planned to stay until they received a commitment the government would finally deal with their longstanding grievance over their forced relocation in the 1950s that plunged them into misery and death.
A delegation of Sayisi Dene from northern Manitoba is calling for a federal apology for the forced relocation of their community.
As many Manitoba First Nations head to the polls, stories of corruption continue to surface.
News about a forensic audit on the Roseau River Anishinawbe First Nation has come to light a week before the reserve goes to the polls to vote for chief and council.