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- What a crystal meth crisis in an Indigenous community says about mental health and climate change
Climate change leads to displacement that can have lasting psychological impacts connected with addiction.
- Smoke inhalation cause of 5 deaths in northern Ontario First Nation
The findings were released Friday night after post mortem examinations were completed.
- Extra funding announced for small B.C. fire departments
The additional money is part of a plan to improve the province’s overall emergency management system.
- Northwestern Ontario First Nation declares emergency after 5 fire deaths
A remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario where five people died in a house fire last week is so overwhelmed with grief that it has declared a
- Manitoba Hydro to appeal order to create special First Nations rate
Manitoba Hydro will have an appeal hearing to argue against an order to create a special rate class for Indigenous customers on reserves.
- Justin Trudeau appearance interrupted by protester from Grassy Narrows First Nation
The unidentified woman called on the federal government to make good on its promise to provide a mercury treatment centre for the northwestern Ontario
- Piikani Nation students learn significance of grasslands preservation
Environmental experts along with local elders were on hand to teach about their significance and the importance of preserving area grasslands.
- Canada declared the Sinixt First Nation extinct 6 decades ago — but its people are still alive
The Sinixt First Nation is still fighting today for recognition to prove that its people are, indeed, living.
- Tay Township installation honours missing and murdered Indigenous women
A red dress installation has been displayed outside the Tay Township municipal office to honour the more than 1,000 missing and murdered Indigenous wo
- Two Ontario First Nations are claiming title to large parts of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Here’s what that means
The legal test requires proof of continuous and exclusive occupation of an area prior to European sovereignty — no easy feat when the area in questi
- Five die in northern Ontario First Nation house fire
A single mother and her four children died in a house fire in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation in northern Ontario, also known as Big Tr
- Public hearing opposing Bill C-48 takes place in Regina
A Canadian senate committee was in Regina on Wednesday for a public hearing on the controversial Bill C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act.
- First Nations leaders call for solution to Kashechewan flooding
The northern Ontario community of 2,500 first flooded in 1976 and has been evacuated annually for the past several years while its members wait for th
- First Nations leaders call for action as Kashechewan grapples with annual flooding
Kashechewan First Nation has been evacuated, as its more than 2,500 members have been flown to other locations across the province.
- National chief concerned with Saskatchewan minister’s ‘lobbyist’ comment
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations said the comment demonstrates the province does not see the importance of building a nation-to-nation r
- AFN chief concerned with Saskatchewan minister’s ‘lobbyist’ comment
AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde said, with Saskatchewan's high rates of Indigenous children in care, the status quo in the province is not acceptable.
- Provinces feeling left out of child welfare reform: Sask. social services minister
Paul Merriman says he and his provincial and territorial counterparts are feeling left out of Ottawa's plan to reform child welfare.
- Feds want to just ‘manage the problem’ of Indigenous Peoples, says Jody Wilson-Raybould
During a speech at the First Nations Justice Council in British Columbia, Wilson-Raybould accused her former cabinet colleagues of backtracking on the
- Feds trying to ‘manage the problem’ with Indigenous people, rather than work on reconciliation: Wilson-Raybould
Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says she believes the federal Liberals have decided to "manage the problem" with Indigenous people rather
- Indigenous leader accuses Saskatchewan of delaying child welfare reform for jobs
The federal Liberal government introduced legislation earlier this year with the hope of reforming child welfare and reducing the over-representation