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....
First Nation construction workers can look forward to busy times, according to recently elected Thunder Bay-area MPs Patty Hajdu and Don Rusnak.
Lakehead University’s recent selection of Angelique EagleWoman as Canada’s first female Aboriginal dean of law is an encouraging sign for First Nat
The winter road between Wapekeka and Kitchenuhmayooosib Inninuwug was open in early February and the winter road from KI to the Asheweig winter roa
Weagamow’s Harry Kenequanash called for the development of a program for Ralph Rowe sexual abuse survivors at his Jan.
Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss. It’s painful. Sometimes it’s probably much easier to pretend it doesn’t happen.
Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler says the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action are a call to all Canadians, not just the provincial or
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