APTN National News Tensions have spiked at the national roundtable for missing and murdered Indigenous women as those not invited to attend have showed up [...]
APTN National News Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said she is hoping to come away from a roundtable on murdered and missing Indigenous women in Ottawa [...]
APTN National News OTTAWA – Rinelle Harper, the 16 year-old girl who survived a brutal attack in Winnipeg to become the embodiment of the violence [...]
Tears flowed and old pain surfaced Thursday as the families of murdered and missing Indigenous women were forced to select their representatives for a roundtable Friday with federal and provincial politicians.
APTN National News Families from across Canada are in Ottawa sharing their stories about loved ones who are missing or have been murdered. Elisapee Sheutiapik [...]
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde said he met with Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt on Wednesday and discussed the deadly fire on a Saskatchewan First Nation that left two children dead.
The federal government’s strategy to deal with the high number of murdered and missing Indigenous women is not supported by nearly 60 studies that have examined the issue, according to a new report.
APTN National News Family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women have begun meeting in Ottawa in what will be the first of three roundtables [...]
The Canadian Press LOON LAKE, Sask. _ Fire officials say they don’t know what caused the blaze that killed two children on a northern Saskatchewan [...]
Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt has agreed to meet with Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde in the wake of the deadly fire on a Saskatchewan First Nation that left two children dead.
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde is demanding an “immediate meeting” with Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt in the wake of a deadly fire on a Saskatchewan First Nation that left two children dead.
APTN National News STURGEON LANDING, Sask.— A suspect in a kidnapping and killing, who barricaded himself in a Sturgeon Landing, Sask. home, was arrested by police [...]
APTN National News A missing teen girl from Lac La Ronge First Nation has been found safe on the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border, but police are still [...]
APTN National News OTTAWA—A senior Assembly of First Nations chief has written a letter urging Liberal leader Justin Trudeau to ask one of his candidates [...]
Indian residential school survivors who attended an institution that used an electric chair to torture students are returning to court in another effort to force the federal government to release uncensored documents from the investigations and criminal trials of former school staff.
A cell phone video has now emerged from the hockey fight APTN reported on Tuesday evening.