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Activists meet with Regina mayor about removal of John A. Macdonald statue
Two Regina women have met with Mayor Michael Fougere to discuss the possible removal of the Sir John A. Macdonald statue in Victoria Park.
Chantel Moore's family calls for removal of officer who killed her
Family and supporters of Chantel Moore, a 26-year-old Indigenous woman killed by an officer during a wellness check, gathered outside the Edmundston police station calling for the officer’s removal.
First Nations day school students want new investigation of abuse claims, say RCMP probe marred by 'bias'
The B.C. RCMP investigation into First Nations day school abuse allegations against John Furlong, the former 2010 Vancouver Olympics CEO, was tainted by "bias" and "discrimination," according to a recent filing with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.
B.C. First Nations disappointed Supreme Court won't hear their appeal of Trans Mountain project
North American Indigenous Games launches virtual event in light of COVID-19 postponement
NFL's Washington team undergoing 'thorough review' of Indigenous-slur nickname
Black Lives Matter demands badge of London officer convicted in Oneida woman's death
A 'Walk against Winston' stirs debate over another Halifax statue
Chiefs urge Tiny House Warriors to end pipeline protest camp in B.C.'s central Interior
What the Trans Mountain challenge dismissal means for Alberta
Siksika First Nation officials urge caution as COVID-19 investigations quadruple
Officer who shot Chantel Moore back from leave, only performing desk work
Call grows to put Indigenous war hero Tommy Prince on $5 bill
Blackfoot Confederacy calls for Jason Kenney to fire speechwriter
First Nations coalition rejects recommendation to lift Sen. Beyak's suspension
Yukon First Nation to hold vote recount after margin of victory deemed too narrow
Supreme Court dismisses First Nations' challenge against Trans Mountain pipeline