Atlantic Ballet of Canada to launch Indigenous dance program in Moncton

The Atlantic Ballet of Canada is spearheading an Indigenous dance program this fall that will allow eight dancers to train close to their communities and…

National Indigenous People’s Day is a summertime tradition 

You know it’s the summer solstice when the mercury is soaring and the sound of happy little voices splashing in the water fill the air…

Police identify two victims of north Toronto shooting that left three dead

Toronto police have identified the victims of a shooting that left three people dead, including the gunman, on Monday.  Police say 54-year-old Arash Missaghi of…

B.C. liberties group to file complaint of violent arrests in pro-Palestine protest

The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association says it will be filing a complaint with the Vancouver Police Department's civilian oversight board alleging officers used excessive…

Celebrating influential Indigenous Canadians this month.

Canada is home to a sizeable Indigenous population and according to the Government of Canada, which celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day each June, more than…

Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day with APTN

APTN is embracing a new way of celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) by focusing on community engagement and continuing to place a strong emphasis on…

Fort McMurray, Alta., wildfire forces out hundreds of residents in 4 neighbourhoods

Hundreds of residents in four neighbourhoods in the southern end of Fort McMurray have been ordered out as a wildfire threatens the Alberta community, bringing…

Canadian swimmers McIntosh, Harvey finish 1-2 in women’s 200 free at Olympic Trials

Canadian swimming sensation Summer McIntosh earned her second straight victory at the Olympic & Paralympic Trials on Tuesday night. The 17-year-old from Toronto finished first…

Video showing admitted serial killer with two of four victims played at trial

By: Brittany Hobson In what may be one of the last documented moments in Marcedes Myran's life, a video shows her walking in a Winnipeg…

Historic Haida Nation agreement shows the world how to uphold Indigenous rights

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available…

Coyote attacks reported near Oneida, Munsee-Delaware and Chippewa of the Thames

Friends and family are reporting that packs of coyotes are attacking people near the three First Nations by London, Ont., – Oneida Nation of the…

Winnipeg MP pushes ‘Red Dress’ alert system for MMIW

A Manitoba MP is trying to create an alert system to notify the public when Indigenous women go missing — an endeavour she hopes will…

Helping build more homes, faster in Northern Ontario

With federal funding and federal leadership, the Government of Canada and several First Nations are changing how housing gets built in communities. With a greater…

First Light St. John’s Friendship Centre receives funding to support revitalization of Indigenous languages

The Government of Canada provides $567,875 for Indigenous language programming and $195,000 for audiovisual equipment and accessibility improvements ST. JOHN’S, NL, March 26, 2024 /CNW/ – For 30 years, the First Light St.…

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…