The members of a promised blue-ribbon panel to study First Nations education have been quietly named and the selection is already drawing fire from a key First Nations chief.
The Status of Women Minister and the Justice Minister appeared before a House of Commons committee Tuesday to face questions about the government’s decision to sever all links with Sisters in Spirit.
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society is demanding immediate action from the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.
Dene leaders from across the Northwest Territories are meeting this week to raise concerns over the territorial government’s controversial devolution agreement with Ottawa.
Jordan’s Principle was supposed to be the answer to First Nation issues that often trigger federal and provincial government fights.
Yellowknife’s Giant Mine was at one time the economic driving force behind the Northwest Territories.
Fires in remote First Nations communities often come with deadly consequences.
Some Conservative MPs on Thursday called for the return of federal dollars to the much-vaunted Sisters in Spirit database of murdered and missing Aboriginal women which remains in limbo after the Conservative government cut its funding.
Federal politicians are back on Parliament Hill after a long Christmas break and a new face is now handling the Indian Affairs file for the government.