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Indian Act still discriminates against First Nations women, says UN Human Rights Committee
Sharon McIvor, who petitioned the UN committee in November 2010 with her son Jacob Grismer, says the decision is 'a game changer for a lot of women.'
Prince Albert, Sask. woman seeks owner of ceremonial pipe found in her backyard
A Prince Albert, Sask., woman was initially surprised to find parts of a ceremonial pipe in her backyard. Now she's looking for its rightful owner.
Podcast: Wet'suwet'en protests highlight Indigenous pipeline divide
Following protests over the arrest of 14 people at a pipeline blockade on Wet'suwet'en territory, CBC reporter Chantelle Bellrichard explains why the Coastal GasLink pipeline is dividing a number of B.C. Indigenous communities.
Potential class action against Calgary lawyer seeks millions for 're-victimized' residential school survivors
A hearing date has been set for certification of a class action lawsuit representing thousands of residential school survivors who are seeking tens of millions of dollars in compensation.
'The Wet'suwet'en do not stand alone': B.C. First Nations leaders lend their support at Smithers rally
Alleged victim of spousal abuse says Cree police services lacking
Order of Military Merit awarded to Bearskin Lake woman
Oilpatch CEOs support Indigenous bid for Trans Mountain
Space travel and parallel dimensions: Popular comic series does all-Indigenous futurisms volume
Residential school survivor wants probe of how Ontario law society handled lawyer's conduct review
Ancient quinoa seeds found in Ontario shed light on Indigenous trade
Ottawa to apologize for forced relocation of Ahiarmiut in Nunavut
Broadcasting 'from outside': Inuvialuktun language show airing from Edmonton
Sahtu Dene and Métis sign self-governance agreement in principle, a 1st for Métis in Canada
Q&A: How buying a pipeline could change the Indigenous business landscape
Constitutional challenge mounted for Innu charged with illegally hunting caribou
'Essential to our way of living': N.W.T. woman launches Water is Life photo project
Up where she belongs: New Sask. pilot hopes to inspire future female Indigenous aviators
Midnight Shine highlights Cree language in video cover of Neil Young classic
Sixties Scoop settlement admins urge anyone who thinks they could be eligible to fill out a claim form
Cabinet shuffle shows reconciliation dropping in priority for Trudeau, say Indigenous advocates