The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Yukon First Nations by overturning a decision that rolled back years of planning.
HIV frontline workers in Saskatchewan say that more needs to be done for the highest rates of HIV infection in Canada.
By Brad Bellegarde, CBC News Posted: Dec 01, 2017
Some Manitoba First Nations say they are worried some of the reforms planned for the province’s troubled child-welfare system could worsen the problem of having aboriginal children raised in non-Indigenous homes.
Steve Lambert The Canadian Press November 26, 2017
Trudeau has appointed Sheilah Martin to the Supreme Court. Some prominent Indigenous lawyers are disappointed and frustrated by the decision to not appoint a First Nations, Metis or Inuit judge to fill the vacancy.
John Geddes, Maclean’s, November 29, 2017
Noted Saskatchewan author Bill Waiser will be signing copies of his book, “A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905”, on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 1:00 pm at McNally Robinson Books, 3130-8th St. E., Saskatoon, SK.
SixNations Polytechic, a southwestern Ontario post-secondary school, has launched an app to learn the Mohawk language.
Liam Casey The Canadian Press November 20, 2017
Corey O’Soup, Saskatchewan’s Advocate for Children and Youth, says a newly released report explores how “our kids are crying out for help”. Over the course of a year, 264 Indigenous youth from across the north were interviewed on everything from bullying to lack of emotional support. See full report.
CBC News Posted: Dec 05, 2017
Post-secondary and K-12 Cree language classes have seen a recent boom with schools and programs full to capacity.
By Alex Soloducha, CBC News Posted: Nov 01, 2017
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) will be holding it’s Special Chiefs Assembly on December 5-7, 2017 in Ottawa, ON at the Westin Ottawa.