Water for Peace

Co-operating on water creates a positive ripple effect that fosters harmony, generates prosperity and builds resilience to shared challenges. World Water Day 2024 (WWD) is…

Funding for Indigenous-led projects address flaws in justice system

Indigenous people are overrepresented in the Canadian justice system, whether as victims, accused, or offenders. Access to Indigenous-led justice services across Canada continues to be…

Toronto Maple Leafs help Indigenous youth excel at sport

The Toronto Maple Leafs are committed to using sports as an opportunity to make a difference among Indigenous youth and support reconciliation while educating themselves…

Joint APTN and CBC News investigation examines the impact of rising food prices

In a joint investigation, APTN Investigates and CBC’s The Fifth Estate are speaking with industry leaders and Canadian families, farmers and food producers to understand…

Applications for Audible Indigenous Writers’ Circle are open

Applications for this year’s Audible Indigenous Writers’ Circle program are now open. The 2024 program marks the fourth year it has been taking place. “In…

Gift ideas for post-secondary students

Post-secondary education is the natural next step for many graduating high school students. In 2022 there were 17.9 million students enrolled in degree-granting colleges and…

Anna Lambe and Anya Adams sign on to upcoming Arctic comedy series

CBC, Netflix and APTN, with production partners Red Marrow Media and Northwood Entertainment, have confirmed the lead cast and director of the first episode for…

National Chief Cindy Woodhouse honoured with headdress

National Chief Cindy Woodhouse participated in a headdress transfer ceremony on Jan. 1 following an invite from Elder Leonard Weasel Traveller and Chief Troy Knowlton…

Avoid driving under the influence

Celebrations frequently involve entertaining guests or heading out for nights on the town to enjoy the company of others. Often food and beverages are part…

Goose Lane launches new poetry prize

Goose Lane Editions, along with the board of imprint icehouse poetry, are launching a new poetry prize in honour of Trinidadian Canadian poet Claire Harris.  …

A guide to picking the perfect fresh Christmas tree

Come the holiday season, perhaps no tradition evokes the warm and fuzzy “feels” more than a family outing to pick a Christmas tree.   Whether…

Last-minute holiday shopping tips

Though devotees of early holiday shopping do not hesitate to point out how convenient it can be to get all their gifts long before Christmas,…

Great gifts for the family foodie

Food features prominently throughout the holiday season. Family meals around the holiday dinner table are a cherished tradition in millions of households, and food also…

Indspire and Rio Tinto renew partnership

Indspire has renewed its partnership with Rio Tinto, one of Canada’s largest mining and metals companies, to continue supporting Indigenous students and educators in a…

Indigenous gifting in and around Toronto

If you’re behind on starting or too tired to finish your holiday gift shopping, don’t stress. It’s not too late to buy for your friends…