The indigenous shaman believed that coronavirus is no match for the power of peyote.
For survivors of Greenland's 2017 mega-tsunami, the aftershocks of the disaster haven't finished.
Tahltan Nation in B.C. has already started vaccinating its members and Sioux Lookout in Ontario will administer the first shots later this week.
Joe Biden said he will immediately stop wall construction once he's president. But Indigenous leaders told VICE News a lot of the desecration is irrevocable.
Dr. Aparna Venkatesan studies the distant reaches of space and time, while advocating for a night sky undamaged by orbital clutter.
Brayden Bushby was 18 when he threw the hitch at Barbara Kentner, striking her abdomen, and allegedly yelled, "I got one."
Nikki Sanchez talks about community work and allyship in a post-George Floyd era, and whether she ever received an apology from WestJet.
Tribal preservation offices can't keep up with a deluge of requests, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing them to close or work at reduced capacity.
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.