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20 family members and survivors expected to testify at MMIWG inquiry in Nunavut
Nunavummiut are gathering in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, this week for the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
International petition wants GoFundMe to drop fundraiser for Gerald Stanley's family
An international advocacy group says it has collected thousands of names in a campaign calling for GoFundMe to remove a page that's raising funds for Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley's family.
Gerald Stanley murder trial was 'not the right case' for cameras in the courtroom: judge
Media outlets including CBC News made a rare request to broadcast and live stream portions of a murder trial, but the judge in the Gerald Stanley case denied the request.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights launches Métis Rights Tour on Louis Riel Day
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is launching a new tour exploring the complex human rights history of the Métis people just in time for Louis Riel Day.
First Nations Mrs. Universe winner shares how culture saved her
Is the Trudeau government succeeding in improving the lives of Indigenous people?
Library and Archives Canada finally releases 98-year-old document on sick First Nations children
2 killed in Grand Rapids, Man., trailer fire hours after protest demanded better living conditions
Agnico Eagle's open-pit offshoot from Nunavut gold mine gets federal ministerial approval
Anger over Colten Boushie case being channelled in constructive ways: gang outreach worker
'This is an epic': Historical novel traces Métis author's family history with Louis Riel
Indigenous groups work on tourism strategy for N.L.
Yukon First Nations mark 45 years since historic trip to Ottawa
Canadian justice system needs overhaul in light of Gerald Stanley verdict