First Nations chiefs in three provinces have struck a crippling blow against a blue-ribbon panel created by the Assembly of First Nations and Ottawa to study on-reserve education and create a template for new legislation.
The people of Kwakiutl First Nation on Vancouver Island are taking part in a major demonstration.
How to take control over natural resources on Indigenous territories is at the top of the agenda for chiefs from three Western provinces meeting in Winnipeg this week.
Two Anishinabe First Nations in Ontario say provincial wildlife officials should cease “harassing” their people in the woods and on the water or risk “aggravating a volatile situation.”
A historic treaty is at risk of being struck down in British Columbia.