The daughter of Anna Mae Aquash, who was murdered in South Dakota in the 1970’s is welcoming the chance to finally tell her mother’s story before the national inquiry.
A few dozen people walked several blocks from Ontario’s courthouse, across downtown Ottawa to the department of Justice on
The executive director of a shelter in Calgary says the only thing that will save the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is a reset starting with the resignation of the remaining commissioners.
A group of Mohawk women are in Ottawa showing off their raised beadwork at an Algonquin pavilion.
Ellen Gabriel, a member of the Kanesatake Mohawk Territory was once again fighting off construction of a housing development on the edge of the sacred pines.
Saskatchewan Senator Lillian Dyck hosted the screening of a short documentary on Parliament Hill Tuesday.
Todd Lamirande APTN National News The Crown and the Assembly of First Nations held its…