Minister says reckoning on police violence against Indigenous people needed

OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says he is outraged at police violence against Indigenous people in Canada. Miller says Canada needs a reckoning because...

Trudeau government given failing grade for lack of action plan on MMIWG

OTTAWA — A national advocacy organization that fights for Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people is giving the federal government a failing grade for not...

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Another $650M in COVID-19 aid bound for Indigenous communities, Miller says

OTTAWA — Federal Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says the federal government will spend another $650 million to help Indigenous communities cope with the...
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Special Report AM Edition – May 27th

On the morning show, we talk about the House of Commons, Porter Airlines, and PPE starting to arrive. In local news, woman charged with...

Powwow circuit disrupted by COVID-19, but organizers optimistic for 2021

Romaine Mitchell is confident that a summer without powwows will be "just a small blip" in the cultural history of Indigenous Peoples. Mitchell has been...

Trudeau promises $75M more for off-reserve Indigenous services in pandemic

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is sending $75 million to organizations that help Indigenous people living in urban areas...

Dark stain: Minister says Indigenous ceremonies to continue despite COVID-19

OTTAWA — Canada's Indigenous services minister says banning sacred ceremonies is a "dark stain" on the country's history and they will be allowed to...

Mitch Case Launches Campaign for Métis Nation of Ontario Regional Councillor

After many years of serving the local community as a volunteer, and after hearing from countless Métis citizens, Mitch Case has decided to put...

COVID-19 outbreaks in 23 First Nations prompting concerns

OTTAWA — Federal officials say the next two weeks will be crucial in trying to determine the scope and severity of the spread of...

COVID-19 threat to First Nations, Inuit communities grows as it eases elsewhere

OTTAWA — The federal government will be under pressure today to explain what it's doing to prevent COVID-19 from spreading like wildfire through First Nations...

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