The Iranian government is willing to arrange for First Nations leaders to address member nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries at its next summit, says former Roseau River chief Terry Nelson.
The Athabasca Fort Chipewyan First Nation has filed a constitutional challenge against a Shell Oil project in the tar sands region of northern Alberta.
Hearings for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline have begun in Edmonton.
For decades the Lubicon Lake Cree Nation in northern Alberta has been a house divided.
A year after a massive 4.5 million litre oil spill on Lubicon Lake Cree territory, one of their members says the spill is still not cleaned up and she wants to know why.
Northern Alberta is home to one of the most important wildlife eco-systems on earth.
A group of Indigenous leaders and representatives are overseas telling Shell Oil how the company is impacting their communities.
Members of two First Nations in northern Alberta are worried they may lose a hard fought battle for a health study if the Progressive Conservative government falls on Monday.
The end of a 40-year dynasty may be at hand.