The Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs issued a state of emergency on Friday in response to the alleged violence.
The man who had them made, through Canada Post's Picture Postage program, promised to send them to people for free if they or their ancestors were "fucked over" by Canada's first prime minister.
Revenue from casinos often helps fund services like healthcare and education in Indigenous communities. Tribal governments nationwide could lose more than half of projected revenue.
Two accounts run by Wet’suwet’en land defenders were shut down this week by Twitter, which claimed it was a mistake.
After activists contested the sale of Indigenous ceremonial items in Calgary from the collection of a late German trick roper, the items were abruptly removed and repatriated to Siksika Nation.
A new lawsuit alleges Ontario Provincial Police brutalized, tasered, and illegally arrested two Anishnaabe brothers walking their bikes home. The violent takedown was caught on cellphone video.
A new wave of sexual assault allegations in Quebec is flooding social media. But Black, Indigenous, and trans voices are still struggling to be heard.
Marge Hudson, a former Indigenous female RCMP officer, has launched a class action lawsuit against the organization for rampant, decades-long systemic racism.
The move follows Washington’s NFL team dropping its racist, anti-Indigenous name.
The Iñupiat traditionally relied on hunting for food, but that's no longer an option following the devastation to the food chain caused by a melting ice.
Indigenous communities from the U.S. to Australia to Brazil have taken matters into their own hands—even closing their borders and implementing curfews—to protect themselves.
A new account detailing horrific racism at Queen’s University surfaced last week, prompting racialized students at McGill, the University of British Columbia, the University of Alberta, and more to speak out.