“We’re deeply, profoundly disappointed,” said Brooks Arcand-Paul of the Indigenous Bar Association.
After two 12-year-old girls commit suicide, a northern Ontario First Nation begs the Canadian government for help
"If these were white kids...people would be fired."
Admiting there's work to be done, the prime minister stood with Indigenous leaders on Thursday to commit to more action to address inequality for the Aboriginal population
Trudeau took the opportunity to defend his record on Indigenous issues
Decades after taking Indigenous children from their home, against their will, Canada's national police force is admitting that racism is still a problem — but that they want to fix it.
Canada Launches Inquiry Into Murdered Aboriginal Women and Opens the Door to Repealing 'Racist' Indian Act
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised “nothing less than a total renewal of the relationship between Canada and First Nations Peoples" on Tuesday, as he launched a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
Indigenous voters have been historically absent in federal elections, and with electors having conflicted ideas about participating in Canadian politics, it’s unclear whether mobilization efforts will actually work.
The AFN wants to be a bigger player in this year's federal election, but Stephen Harper's party wasn't listening to that message Tuesday.
Mag Cywink, who has spent over two decades searching for justice in her sister's murder, fears a national inquiry will hurt those who it is trying to help the most.
Talking to Canada’s Status of Women Minister About What Can Be Done to Stop Violence Against Aboriginal Women
Kellie Leitch is responsible for the status of women and labor portfolios. She sat down with VICE Canada to talk about violence against women.