The history of Canada’s residential-school system is so tragic that its repercussions can hover over the families of its survivors like an immense shadow, perceived but never discussed.
If her grandfather had not hunted and trapped to feed his family, Algonquin artist Jobena Petonoquot believes she would not be alive today.
A new children’s film is about an unlikely friendship between two girls – one a Syrian refugee, the other an Inuk living thousands of kilometres to the north
When Trisha Blackned didn’t feel like going to school, she found motivation in Mikw Chiyâm.
A new mural in downtown Montreal portrays an image of Alanis Obomsawin, based on an old black-and-white photograph, running in the snow in Moose Factory.
After over 40 years as a journalist, host and manager with CBC North, Emma Saganash is calling it a career and retiring from the media business to focus on her family.
Cree art, both traditional and contemporary, was on display in Nemaska for the third edition of the Cree Native Arts and Crafts Association’s (CNACA) Eeyou Istchee Achievement Awards