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They all but lost their culture. In vast, wild Labrador, these kids are keen to find it once again
Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation wants its youth to know the ways of their ancestors. So they took 20 kids 223 kilometres away from home to connect to their roots.
Indigenous-led bison repopulation projects are helping the animal thrive again in Alberta
Years after 16 wild bison were reintroduced to Banff National Park in 2017, their population is expected to swell to around 100 after this year's calving season. It's one of several efforts to reintroduce bison to parts of Alberta.
Manitoba government must have known about Jim McCrae's residential school denialism: Murray Sinclair
Former senator Murray Sinclair believes the Manitoba government knew about Jim McCrae's controversial views on residential schools and says he should have never been considered to serve on a judicial selection committee.
Sacred areas, hunting grounds, traplines: Kátł'odeeche members reflect on what they lost in the fire
'We were anything but primitive': How Indigenous-led archaeology is challenging colonial preconceptions
First Nation woman back home in Yukon after years trapped in Turkish legal system
Carcross/Tagish land guardians step up efforts to protect nesting birds, spring lambs
Anishinaabe flutist prepares for cross-country move to follow his orchestra dreams
RCMP apologize to deceased Indigenous teen's family, saying investigation was never closed
5 years on, Maskwacis, Alta., early childhood program celebrates community connections and benefits
Grade 11 English course with focus on Indigenous voices to become mandatory in London region
'The sky was going red': Pimicikamak Cree Nation members describe 'scary' experience of fleeing wildfire
Death of 15-year-old Indigenous girl on Vancouver Island deemed suspicious but not homicide
Manitoba lawyers will be required to take Indigenous culture course
Dene Tha' First Nation building camp to cope with lengthy evacuation
Akwesasne police want more virtual eyes on border with renewed funding
New series tells story of Sixties Scoop survivor learning about her past
University of Waterloo will waive tuition for students from 2 Ontario First Nations
Some residents already returning after raging wildfire forces 7,000 people to flee Pimicikamak Cree Nation
Quebec judge awards $25K to Inuk woman 'forgotten' by youth protection authorities
Officials to begin inspection of wildfire damage, says Kátł'odeeche First Nation
Haudenosaunee Development Institute wants Marineland's land in Niagara Falls, Ont.
Boys wellness program to return to Eskasoni First Nation after pandemic hiatus