While Aboriginal people are usually “barely on the radar” at most print and online media outlets in Ontario, a Journalist’s for Human Rights report says...
The newly announced federal budget has made drastic funding cuts to organizations that promote the well-being of Aboriginal peoples health in Canada....
About 320 Kashechewan evacuees began their return flights home from Thunder Bay on May 12 after the James Bay community’s pre-emptive evacuation or
The Heartbeat of the Drum: A Walk for Healing featured more than 200 hand drummers and hundreds of supporters on Mother’s Day — May 8 — in Thunder
Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High School celebrated the achievements of a record 33 graduates on May 3 at the Valhalla Inn.
A group of Thunder Bay citizens have sent letters of support to youth in Attawapiskat and Cross Lake in Manitoba thanks to letter-writing organizer
Nishnawbe Aski Nation is calling for increased funding for the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service after the Feathers of Hope Justice and Juries report w
Cat Lake’s Kyra Wesley plans to attend Confederation College’s Environmental Technician program after graduating from Oshki-Pimache-O-Win’s Aborigi