First Nations have been repatriating items for decades now. Masks, rattles, bundles, medicine pipes, bentwood boxes and headdresses in the hundreds have left urban museum cases and collection storehouses for the lands where they were made.
A new learning tool is moving beyond the textbook to show Canadians the impact of residential schools.
Early detection and prevention are key to reducing cancer rates that one study showed are higher for some types of cancer, including colon and cervical, among Indigenous people.
B.C. is rolling out a new strategy aimed at improving cancer care for the province’s Indigenous peoples.
The initiative, which has been years in the making, is built on a partnership between the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) and BC Cancer Agency, along with several other groups.
B.C.’s New Democrat government will continue building the Site C dam, choosing to finish the contentious project started by the previous Liberal government rather than pull the plug during mid-construction.
The 20th anniversary of one of the most important court cases in the history of Indigenous land and title rights is being celebrated in British Columbia today.
In Fort St. John, one thing can be agreed on: people are tired of the fight over Site C.
"The conversation is still very divisive in this community," Mayor Lori Ackerman said from city hall, 15 kilometres from the dam's construction site.
First Nations chiefs have backed a resolution calling on Marion Buller, the chief commissioner of the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry, to resign.
The Liberal government is spending only 70 per cent, at most, of what's needed to fulfil its promise to end boil water advisories on First Nations Reserves within five years, according to a new report from the parliamentary budget officer.
Ardith Walkem knows firsthand what it's like to be seen in a courthouse as something other than what she really is: a lawyer.
First Nations have maintained sophisticated laws to govern their territories since time immemorial and now these values power the modern day energy sector in B.C..
A $1.1-billion philanthropic organization has gone to extraordinary lengths to give youths leaving government care a better chance at success
During the last UBC Vancouver Senate meeting, a motion was approved to allow all Indigenous languages taught at a sufficient level to be recognized by undergraduate admissions.
A day after it went adrift, a fuel-loaded barge was under a tug's control near Bella Bella on Monday, and a B.C. native leader got an unexpected chance to take concerns over such situations directly to the federal Transport Minister.
It's Friday morning, and while much of Yukon is starting work, a group of preschoolers in the village of Carcross is playing bingo.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says the Liberal government will back a bill that calls for full implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), a move that could have wide-ranging consequences in Canadian law.
After families complained about a lack of aftercare at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, a group of community members have stepped up to tackle the issue.
On Nov. 8, the B.C. Assembly of First Nations acknowledged the Indigenous veterans who fought, and who continue to serve for Canada abroad as they observed National Aboriginal Veterans Day.