YELLOWKNIFE — Tradition and technology are clashing on the tundra where Indigenous groups are debating the use of drones to hunt caribou.
Blackberry has announced that they will be providing technology with other tech companies to help Indigenous communities across Canada.
The federal government is providing $2.6 million to Professional Aboriginal Testing Organization Inc. (PLATO) to support its Sault Ste. Marie facility.
Growing up with three younger brothers, Shay Dekock-Kruger always felt like one of them.
No one told her there were things she couldn’t do because she was a girl.
Fascinated by math and physics, today she’s an engineer-in-training with B.C. Hydro.
LEKWUNGEN TERRITORY, VICTORIA, British Columbia — Animikii is excited to announce that it has successfully raised $1 million in financing from Raven Indigenous Capital Partners (Raven) and the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).
The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) has launched the Indigenous Growth Fund, to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis entrepreneurs across Canada.
Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould testified before the House of Commons justice committee for hours Wednesday, documenting in fine detail what she described as a well-orchestrated campaign by senior members of the Prime Minister's Office to pressure her to reach an agreement with SNC-L
B.C.'s technology sector employs more than 100,000 people across more than 10,000 companies (more than oil and gas, forestry, and mining combined), contributing nearly $15 billion annually to the provincial economy.
The Trudeau government is facing opposition from First Nations across the country on a draft of its child welfare legislation according to the grand chief of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians.
There are 12 First Nations, Inuit and Métis award recipients this year, including Albertans Barbara Todd Hager, a writer, producer and director originally from the St.
When I think about Hobiyee at the PNE Forum in Vancouver, I think about how much it’s grown since its inception, now bringing together urban Indigenous people from a variety of nations, and even non-Indigenous people to share in the tradition.
It has been one year since a Battleford, Saskatchewan, all-white jury said farmer Gerald Stanley was free to go after he was found not guilty of intentionally shooting 22-year-old Colten Boushie in the head.
Just before the weekend, the government put the House of Commons on notice that it planned to introduce a new bill, titled “An Act respecting Indigenous languages,” for MPs to debate.
Indigenous reporter Wawmeesh Hamilton reflects on a dig beneath Vancouver City Council's decision to cut it's Innovation Fund in half, and how precarious reconciliation funding can be in the hands of newly elected decision-makers.
The Metis Settlement General Council has signed the Framework Agreement for Advancing Reconciliation with the federal government.
The Unist’ot’en camp blockade is still in place after being ordered to remove a barricade that is preventing the Coastal GasLink company from accessing land for its future pipeline. Another clan of the Wet’suwe’ten Nation in British Columbia has come to the aid of the Uni
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett has rejected another extension for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) inquiry.