The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations had his say about Bill C-51 Thursday.
Ottawa buries official statement criticizing UN conference for giving Indigenous people too much power
Ottawa didn’t think much of the high-profile UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples’ outcome document and quietly posted an official statement outlining its displeasure in a back corner of its website.
A forensic audit of a development corporation linked to the poverty-stricken Lubicon has revealed millions of dollars in unidentified spending and credit card transactions along with cheques containing a mystery signature.
Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples has deteriorated over the past decade, a report by the UN rapporteur responsible for investigation the human rights situation of Indigenous peoples.
James Anaya, the UN special rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous peoples, is expected to release his report on Canada early next week, APTN National News has learned.
By Maike Eikelmann APTN National News The First Nations Chief of police made a…
UN's Anaya calls on Harper government to change course on First Nation education, missing women's inquiry and TRC
The UN special rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous peoples called on the Harper government to reverse course on three major fronts in order to avoid a “rocky road” in its relationship with the country’s First Nation population.
The UN special rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous peoples is scheduled to hold a press conference in Ottawa the day before the Harper government delivers its Throne Speech setting the agenda for the next parliamentary session.