The most recent census data showed that as of last year, 1,673,785 Indigenous people lived in Canada, representing 4.9 per cent of the population. That's nearly double the percentage of 20 years earlier.
Indigenous traditions are key to building the relationships, reciprocity, and reconciliation that Canada needs for a strong future.
The Government of Canada will provide approximately $2.2 million in funding for this project under the Skills Partnership Fund (SPF), which was announced today by Joyce Murray, Member of Parliament for V
'There was no prejudice until he got back to Canada,' Edmonton granddaughter recalls being told
Standing front and centre at the First Nations University of Canada's Regina campus is a large glass teepee that can be seen as you drive northbound on Ring Road from the city's south end.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan says technical challenges developing on the slopes of the Site C dam construction site could tip the balance against completing the province's partially-built megaproject.
Indigenous youth who use drugs in B.C. are 13 times more likely to die than Canadians in the same age group. That's according to a new study, which singled out young women and those involved with injection drug use to be at the highest risk.
The BC Archives has a remarkable group of records, which include 342 sound recordings, 16.8 millimetre textual material, 735 photographs, seven VHS cassettes, and one film.
A landmark decision released Thursday by Canada's top court paves the way for development of the Jumbo Glacier resort in the Kootenays region of British Columbia, despite strong objections from the Ktunaxa Nation.
Members of New Zealand's Maori All Blacks perform their trademark haka dance on Thursday at the Musqueam First Nation.
First Nations protesters danced and drummed around a crackling fire in front of the B.C. legislature Thursday, calling for an end to open-net fish farms.
The RCMP took a significant step forward Monday, distributing eagle feathers to 13 detachments that police Indigenous communities.
The feather will be used the same way as a Bible or an affirmation is when swearing a legal oath.
The Aboriginal population in British Columbia grew 38 per cent over a decade to hit 270,585 in the 2016 census, a growth rate that was more than three times B.C.’s population as a whole, due both to high rates of fertility and an increasing willingness to identify as Indigenous, the latest
Indigenous art knock-offs at a crisis, First Nations artists say
Inuktitut videos have a new home on the internet: it's called Inuktitube, the YouTube for people who speak Inuktitut.
It is now commonplace for social activists to acknowledge they are living upon unceded Indigenous territory in British Columbia. It is a milestone, however, for the premier of the province to adopt that language.
In 2015, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation was created to preserve the memory of Canada's residential school system and legacy