He said he's not sure what that means.
"Once were Warriors. Once were British."
Documents show Indigenous Affairs knew about shortfalls in fire safety in the Mushuau Innu First Nation two months before a fire burned two kids
An estimated 20,000 children taken from their parents are eligible to receive up to $50,000 for loss of language, culture and family ties.
The prime minister is breaking up the Indigenous affairs department with a plan to dismantle "colonial structures."
Suicides in Indigenous communities have been happening in Canada for decades. Canada has consistently failed to do what’s needed to stop them.
Raven Edwards spent years fighting to keep her kids. Her story is common, but Indigenous leaders are looking for a solution.
When David Johnston called Indigenous people immigrants from “10, 12, 14,000 years ago,” he waded into a longstanding debate over when, and how, Indigenous peoples arrived in North America
Ottawa is seeking individual trials to determine the harm that was done
The Senate is trying to make huge changes to the Indian Act, but the Trudeau government is vowing to block their amendments, which would vastly expand who is considered ‘Indian’
A new grassroots organization wants to launch their own inquiry, while the national inquiry pleads for patience