Six Nations Cannabis Commission issues production license

Although there were more walkers than cyclists at this year’s Ride4Pride, Six Nations Pride Outreach held a very successful third annual event. Vendors and…

Advocates across the country had a similar message for Ottawa a year after the release of a national plan to end violence against women and…

REGINA — An Indigenous leader who fought to have Métis people recognized in the Constitution will be featured on a Canada Post stamp. Harry Daniels, who…

YELLOWKNIFE – A vast northern wilderness that for centuries was a cultural sanctuary for northern Indigenous peoples has become Canada’s newest National Wildlife Area.…

SASKATOON — A health professor at the University of Saskatchewan has quit after questions arose about her Indigenous identity. The departure of Carrie Bourassa comes seven months…

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it has reached a first-of-its-kind “consent-based” land use agreement with a First Nation, changing the way resources…

An Indigenous-led partnership is moving forward with plans to host the 2030 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and Whistler. The group revealed more details about their…

In what promises to be an exciting Indigenous Peoples Day (also known as Solidarity Day) after two years of lockdown-breaking events across the country, Ontario…

Lynnwood Arts opened with the launch of the exhibition Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together. The exhibit, in partnership with the Catholic District of Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk…

His appointment to the newly created federal post, announced last week by Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada David Lametti and Minister of…

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