When Kimberley Kostiuk thinks about the two young Indigenous women who were shot in Winnipeg within 48 hours of each other, she is afraid for her own daughters.
"I have two young daughters that are that age. I worry for them all the time. You just don't know … what's going to be next. Two young women shot and killed in one week," she said.
Bridget Yard, CBC News
The Department of Justice and Public Safety and its jail in Shediac have apologized to a former Indigenous inmate who was denied access to traditional native spiritual services, such as smudging.
Anthony Peter-Paul was incarcerated for 16 months, first in Saint John, then at the brand new Southeast Regional Correctional Centre in Shediac for a break-and-enter in 2011.
While Canadian society is beginning to move towards reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, the federal government still has a long way to go. That's according to Senator Murray Sinclair, the former head of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
For six years, the Commission documented the experiences of survivors of Canada's residential schools, the last of which closed in 1996 and where tens of thousands Indigenous children suffered physical and sexual abuse — and an estimated 6,000 died from starvation and disease.
Philippe de Montigny, CBC News
A Toronto-based company wants to use its drones to deliver items to more than 40 First Nations communities in northern Ontario, many of which aren't easily accessible by road and can only be reached by plane or helicopter.
The pilot project by Drone Delivery Canada could soon be taking flight after more testing and trials, and, of course, the green light from Transport Canada. The company plans to dispatch drones out of a control centre near Thunder Bay, with more coming online over the years.
A Canada-wide warrant is expected to be issued Monday for a man wanted in connection with the death of a boy in St Catharines, Ont.
Seven-year-old Nathan Dumas was found injured at a residence Friday and died in hospital a day later.
Niagara Regional Police looked for Justin Kuijer, 43, through the weekend after a woman was stabbed at a Royal Bank branch on Friday.