Members of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake have been turning away hunters at a growing number of checkpoints throughout Quebec’s La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve as the First Nation continues to enforce its own moratorium on moose hunting.
CBC Indigenous reporter Jessica Deer is asking people to call her Ka’nhehsí:io.
A First Nation in Manitoba with high rates of diabetes is hoping to boost community health by holding a weight loss competition with some large cash prizes.
After decades of differing opinions and debate on First Nations’ right to earn a “moderate livelihood” while fishing, affirmed by a landmark Supreme Court ruling in 1999, a Mi’kmaw community in Nova Scotia has launched its own Mi’kmaq-regulated, rights-based lobster fishery.
Petroglyphs to Pixels was produced by Urban Rez Productions and features 13 stories about Indigenous art makers.
Robin and Tammy Maracle want a new investigation into the death of their son Tyler, who drowned while fishing with a friend in the Bay of Quinte in 2015.
The Métis owner of Iskwew Air, Teara Fraser, is one of 18 women featured in an upcoming graphic novel anthology, Wonderful Women of History.
A COVID-19 testing centre for Indigenous people is expected to open mid-October at a vacant Na-Me-Res building in Toronto.
A northern Manitoba First Nation is calling on the federal government for a safe place for their students to learn in, after part of their school’s roof collapsed in March.
Award-winning Anishinaabe/Ashkenazi producer and director Jennifer Podemski is launching an online platform for Indigenous women interested in pursuing careers within the television, film and media industries.