The Tahltan First Nation, whose traditional territory encompasses some of the most resource-rich lands in B.C., is now an equity owner in three hydro-electric facilities collectively valued at over $2.5 billion.
Members of the public caught a glimpse of design plans for a centre set to open in downtown Toronto next year — a space that will provide resources to Indigenous entrepreneurs.
The Assembly of First Nations' 40th annual general assembly wrapped up Thursday in Fredericton with talk about residential school compensation claims and what should be done with the abuse assessment records of victims.
The place when Leonard Dyck was found dead is usually quiet. It's a gravelly road next to a small clearing depressed in the earth, impossible to miss driving along Highway 37. The surrounding grassy banks give a view of the storybook Stikine Forest, not far from Dease Lake, B.C.
Indigenous-led group Project Reconciliation has submitted a preliminary proposal to the federal government to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline.
A federal government official confirmed to CBC News that the proposal has been received, but the government is not yet accepting formal bids.
A small set of petroglyphs the size of an outstretched hand was carved possibly hundreds of years ago into what is today a rocky, lichen-covered crevice in eastern Newfoundland.
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says talks on water protection and climate change will take priority on the first day of its 40th annual general assembly.
FREDERICTON - The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is calling on members to lobby all the federal parties in an effort to influence political platforms in advance of the federal election in October.
Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan says he's committed to building a new water plant and finding an alternative source of fresh water for the troubled reserve of Attawapiskat — but he's not ready to offer a timeline for those promises.
The federal government has boosted its investment in Indigenous-led conservation projects across the country, announcing it will commit $6.4 million into 22 projects.
Saskatchewan has a new six-month software testing program that aims to bring more Indigenous people into the IT industry.
POTLOTEK, N.S. – Nothing about Matthew O’Toole’s big smile, easygoing nature and positive attitude hints at a time when the now 21-year-old felt “lost” in school, as if he “didn’t fit in.”
The rise in HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among Indigenous people in Saskatchewan and Manitoba is to be addressed by a new $2.9-million Indigenous-led research centre, the University of Saskatchewan announced Thursday.
Chiefs have gathered in New Westminster, B.C., to commemorate an Indigenous leader who was wrongfully tried and hanged 154 years ago.
CBC Toronto is a proud sponsor of the second annual Indigenous Residential Schools Survivor (IRSS) Legacy Celebration, hosted by the Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre.
The new PBS show Molly of Denali is the first nationally distributed children's series to feature an Alaska Native lead character. She's 10 years old; her heritage is Gwich'in, Koyukon and Dena'ina Athabascan.
Thousands visited the Squamish Nation's Elders Centre in West Vancouver this past weekend for the nation's 32nd annual Youth Powwow.
The three-day event featured food, vendors, dance, and the crowning of this year's powwow princesses.