Missing Boy in Thunder Bay, Ontario – Montana Jourdin, 9 years old.

Thunder Bay Police are requesting public assistance in locating Montana JOURDAIN 9 years of age. Montana was last seen in the area of Syndicate Avenue...

Crown ordered to pay Batchewana First Nation band members $390,000 for failed prosecution

A provincial court judge ordered the Crown to pay $390,000 for withdrawing logging charges against four Batchewana First Nation band members on the eve...

Derailment outside Blind River: Update

Just a short while ago there was a derailment outside of Blind River. It happened on the Mississauga First Nation. No chemicals were spilled. It was...

Key River and French River Provincial Park devastated by Forest Fire. Rain in forecast.

As of Sunday night, over 75 active wildfires were reported across northern Ontario, prompting evacuation orders and alerts as crews struggle to contain the...

Protesters rally outside Thessalon First Nation Band Office

A determined group of members from Thessalon First Nation  blocked the route into the Thessalon First Nation Band Office Tuesday, to raise awareness for...

Superior Court of Justice decision is a Historic Victory for First Nations.

Sudbury, ON - Court finds Constitutionally Protected Treaty Right to Resource Revenue Sharing. 168 years after signing the Robinson-Huron Treaty, the calls from former and current Anishinabek...

Thessalon First Nation Boundary Claim

The Municipality of Huron Shores has received the following from the Ontario Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation with respect to the Thessalon First...
rail summit

Missanabie Cree First Nation Officially Granted Their Reserve

The moment that the Missanabie Cree First Nation has been waiting for the past one hundred and twelve years is finally here. Long overdue,...

The Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850. 167 years on

The ‘Escalator Clause’ is at issue for current legal action. September 9th, 2017, will mark the 167th anniversary of the signing of Robinson Huron Treaty. A...

Logging charges withdrawn: Accused get $390K

TORONTO - The Ontario government has been ordered to pay four aboriginal people $390,000 after the prosecution decided at the last minute to withdraw...

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