The families of missing or murdered Aboriginal women are taking action to support each other, to end violence and raise awareness.
APTN hit the streets in some Canadian cities to find out how Aboriginal people felt about their issues being ignored in the election debate.
The Liberals have released its list of election promises.
A former senior advisor to Prime Minister Stephen Harper was lobbying Indian Affairs to land water contracts potentially worth millions of dollars for an Ottawa-based water company that employed his fiancee who was an escort.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has asked the RCMP to investigate the activities of one of his longest serving advisors, APTN National News has learned.
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 16-year-old Mi’kmaq student from Ottawa is preparing to move mountains in Kenya, Africa.
APTN has been following the proceedings of the First Nation child welfare tribunal.
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.