Nunavut saw a second territory-wide protest over high food prices this week.
few weeks ago, APTN reported on a story from Coral Harbour, Nunavut. People there marched on the local grocery stores, protesting high food costs.
Now, that small spark of protest has inspired others.
APTN National News reporter Annette Francis sat down with Shawn Brant about whether First Nations, Metis and Inuit could learn a thing or two from Quebec students.
A judge has upheld criminal charges against three Blood Tribe members who took part in a protest against fracking.
A group protesting a potential nuclear waste dump is walking from northern Saskatchewan to Regina.
Tired of being ignored, the Kwakiutl in British Columbia have occupied lands, disrupted logging operations and shut down ferry service.
Documents provided to APTN National News show RCMP and Indian Affairs keep a constant eye on potential First Nations “hotspots” across Canada.
Activists across the country marched Monday in support of Aboriginal women who have either gone missing or murdered.