The findings are unsurprising, but "disappointing," an expert told VICE World News, adding the case highlights how complicated police oversight can be.
'There's Death Threats': Indigenous Fishers Nervous as Nova Scotia's Commercial Lobster Season Opens
Dumping Day—the start of the lobster season—is usually a celebratory time in southwest Nova Scotia. Not this year.
In light of a new review into a racist game being played in emergency rooms, B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix offered an apology to Indigenous peoples in the province.
Trump officials are rushing to hand over Oak Flat in Arizona to Resolution Copper by next month, a full year ahead of schedule—while they still can.
Indigenous Mother Calls Out School Assignment That Asked Kids to List Positive Traits of Residential Schools
A B.C. school district has launched an investigation into how the homework was assigned and the school’s principal has apologized.
Resorts largely serve rich white people. But Indigenous communities are fighting to change that.
A few executive actions from President-Elect Joe Biden could have real-world impacts for Black, Indigenous, and people of color at home.
It's the first clear evidence for the ingestion of hallucinogens at a rock art site.
Partisan campaigners, rude poll workers, and armed police made voting uncomfortable for Indigenous voters. And yet, they helped the Democrats take the state.
It's a "win" for Indigenous fishing communities who have been embroiled in months of conflict and intimidation by white commercial fishermen.
Yvette Herrell, a Republican, joins Democrats Deb Haaland and Sharice Davids in the House.