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Lack of bishops' consensus, concerns over cost behind Pope apology decision: Archbishop
A lack of consensus among Canadian bishops played a role in Pope Francis's decision to deny a request that he visit Canada and apologize to Indigenous Peoples for residential schools, according to the Archbishop of Regina.
Nunavut teacher who sexually assaulted students sentenced to 14 years in prison
Former Nunavut teacher Johnny Meeko has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for sexually abusing students in Sanikiluaq.
Bureaucrats see 'logical' case for restoring Wolastoq as St. John River's name
A Sept. 6 briefing note for Premier Brian Gallant said the Wolastoq Grand Council “made a compelling appeal” for the province to restore the river’s Indigenous name, the Wolastoq.
Canada, Britain formalize agreement on Franklin expedition wrecks
Canada and Britain announced a formal agreement today on the remains of the Franklin Expedition, discovered on the Arctic seabed in 2014 and 2016.
Haida Nation reveals new luxury floating lodge
'There is more work to be done': Lakehead University leadership pledges change after racism allegations
Indigenous art tour sparks complex conversations between students and parents
LKDSB removing 70s-era totem pole from Chatham school
Police files, historical documents show link between Catholic hierarchy and residential schools
MMIWG national inquiry announces new executive director, director of research
Canada signed private agreement with Qalipu Mi'kmaq days before contentious changes to application process
Enrolment suspended after report finds UVic Indigenous Governance program left students 'traumatized'
Inuit concerned over possible toxic splash from rocket debris in Arctic waters
'A dirty deed': Fort McMurray Métis demand apology after historic eviction of an Indigenous settlement
Inuit organization may prohibit Inuk prospector from making money off gold discovery
First Nation chief takes Sisson mine concerns to UN meetings
Murals by Edmonton-area students travelled with MMIWG inquiry, now part of legacy project
'There's a ton riding on this': Enbridge pipeline project dealt blow in Minnesota
Burgeo Mi'kmaq split off to form Newfoundland's newest Aboriginal band
Canadians must hold government accountable in Nunavut's tuberculosis outbreak
PCC investigating Saskatoon man's complaint that police dropped him off outside city
Sask. won't reach target for Indigenous grad rates, says children's advocate
Indigenous leaders call for 'immediate change' in wake of Ontario law school dean's resignation
World-class artists round out performers for 2018 CBC Indigenous Music Awards
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