Mask-wa-Oo-ta-ban Bear Train

MP Carol Hughes speaks about her support for Bear Train in CBC radio interview

In the interview MP Carol Hughes speaks about the Bear Train as a priority initiative she wants the federal government to fund. She underlines...

Snags, successes in Ottawa’s efforts to recruit Indigenous public servants: docs

OTTAWA — The federal government invited a group of Indigenous elders to Ottawa last spring to seek their guidance on how to address barriers faced...

Nine times lucky? Alberta’s Northern Cree takes another shot at Grammy gold

TORONTO — Even the biggest pop stars might want to clear the Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday when Northern Cree arrive dressed to...

Rejected residential school claim ‘appalling,’ highlights pattern, says NDP MP

OTTAWA — A woman who alleges she was raped at age 15 while being transported to a residential school has had her settlement claim rejected...
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“There Are No Fakes” reveals a dark tale of Indigenous art fraud

TVO Original “There Are No Fakes” reveals a dark tale of Indigenous art fraud and the legacy of a Canadian artistic icon On February 1,...

Applications open for Indian day-schools compensation

OTTAWA — A long-awaited program to provide financial compensation to survivors of Canada's Indian day schools is now open for applications. Under the terms of...

Poems by man who killed Indigenous woman removed from parliamentary website

OTTAWA — Two poems written by a man who killed an Indigenous woman have been removed from the parliamentary poet laureate website. The poems by Stephen Brown...
Sandy Lake First Nation

‘Sudden death’ of Indigenous man, 35, probed in Lac Seul First Nation, Ont.

LAC SEUL, Ont. — Provincial police say they're investigating the death of a man from Sandy Lake First Nation in northwestern Ontario's Lac Seul...
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Assault With a Weapon

On January 1, 2020 at approximately 5:00 a.m. members from the Batchewana Police Service, Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Sault Ste....
child welfare law

Minister says change won’t come ‘overnight’ as new child-welfare law takes effect

OTTAWA — Some Indigenous communities could soon take over authority for their child-welfare systems under a federal law that took effect this week. The new law,...