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Inuit class-action lawsuit to allege racism in Canada's health-care system
Cooper Regel lawyers are asking for stories of discrimination experienced by Inuit in the health-care system inside or outside Nunavut.
No commitment to visits by PM Trudeau to 2 northern Ontario First Nations
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn't yet committed to visiting two First Nations in northwestern Ontario despite leaders from those communities asking that he come see the effects of ongoing issues first hand.
Families still waiting to hear from Thunder Bay police on fate of 9 cases recommended for reinvestigation
Three months after Ontario's police watchdog called for the reinvestigation of nine cases involving the deaths of Indigenous people, the families of the victims are still waiting to hear from the Thunder Bay police on what the service plans to do next.
Indigenous, LGBTQ people disproportionately homeless, Quebec survey finds
Immigrants, Indigenous people and members of the LGBTQ community are disproportionately represented among Quebec’s homeless population, according to the first-ever province-wide survey into the problem.
N.W.T. Métis leaders doubt they'll be able to access $30M to honour Métis vets
'Gentle and kind': Cree pay tribute to diver missing in Mexico
'People need access to healthy meals:' Inequality among Indigenous peoples may explain psychological distress
Carving a path to healing for Sixties Scoop survivors
Cree hockey broadcast a Canadian first
Daily sunrise ceremony 'very powerful' for Mi'kmaq elder
Saskatoon getting country's first co-working space on urban reserve
Why a Yellowknife man created a Twitter bot that monitors temperature trends
Thunder Bay, Sudbury labour force to shrink by 2036, StatsCan projects
Pipeline giant Enbridge spends $11M US lobbying Minnesota leaders
'We are still here': How a Labrador community fought a tuberculosis outbreak
Keeping culture alive: B.C. Indigenous couple inducted into Dance Hall of Fame
'It's going to be fabulous': Plains Cree host looks forward to historic NHL broadcast
How a fateful limo ride led Tom Wilson to his Mohawk roots
Indigenous literature breaks down taboos at Gaspé high school
Yellowknife's Rainbow Coalition fish camp welcoming place to learn art of the catch
'Heartbeat of the drum' ties cultures together at Cambridge Bay festival
Métis Sixties Scoop survivors gather to discuss next steps in reconciliation process
Emotional plea for Indigenous mental health workers at Trudeau's town hall in Thunder Bay
RCMP cadet program helps First Nations youth build relationships with police