Ochiichagwe’Babigo’Ining’s Tania Cameron hopes to encourage First Nations people to become registered with Elections Canada early to be eligible vote in this upcoming federal election with her Rock the Vote campaign.
It’s been over two years since electronic music producer Classic Roots, aka Josh DePerry, made a big move from his hometown of Thunder Bay to Toronto in order to further pursue his dream of making music...
“It didn’t feel real to me, it just didn’t really kick in right away when I was actually done and all my hard work paid off,” 18 year-old Avery Fiddler told Wawatay News about her recent high school graduation.
Folk music artist Nick Sherman is in the midst of a national tour to promote his sophomore album, Knives and Wildrice. The album was completed after a very successful fundraising campaign launched last December.
Racism and the quality of police investigation will not be included in the scope of the inquest into the deaths of seven First Nations students who were attending school in Thunder Bay, according to a ruling released by the inquest’s coroner.
After a 650-kilometer trek from the community of Mishkeegogamang First Nation to Thunder Bay, a group of walkers have completed their mission to honour the memories of community members who have gone missing or have been murdered.
Kasabonika Lake First Nation’s Gordon Anderson is hoping to bring the need for proper housing and dialysis treatment closer to home for some First Nations diabetes sufferers to the attention of health units and First Nations leaders.
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Chief Donny Morris has joined other First Nations leaders in calling on elected officials to support a national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women.