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'This is our home': photo contest highlights coastal regions of James Bay
Organizers of a photo contest focused on the marine region of eastern James Bay and southeastern Hudson Bay say they saw double the participation this year over last — and it shows people want to share their pride in their traditional homelands.
Housing plan creates 20-year blueprint to solve issues in Nibinamik First Nation
One remote community in northwestern Ontario says it has the blueprint it needs, to solve its long standing housing issues.
B.C. hospital cuts 4 B.C. Indigenous health workers' jobs during racism probe
Indigenous artists and craftspeople go online to connect with holiday shoppers
External report says Nunavut RCMP struck Kinngait man with vehicle by accident
Sask. athletes start podcast to showcase Indigenous talent and stories
Ontario Human Rights Commission to look at anti-Indigenous racism in lacrosse
Nibinamik First Nation gets 'new' fire truck from Nipigon, Ont.
Martha Martin lost her daughter during a police wellness check. Now she's grieving her son, too
Investigation finds widespread racism and discrimination against Indigenous peoples in B.C. health-care system
Shamattawa First Nation seeking military aid for COVID-19 outbreak
Ehattesaht First Nation members struggling in wake of COVID-19 outbreak and repeated power outages
Sipekne'katik councillor charged with vessel infraction during fishery tensions
Nunavut mother tests positive for COVID-19 days after giving birth in Winnipeg hospital
Lori Campbell hopes award will inspire young Indigenous, Black and LGBTQ women
Giant dreamcatchers light up Timiskaming First Nation for the holidays
Young Indigenous woman creates and leads her own sharing circles
Rediscovering The Brothers islands