Creation stories describe the origins of the cosmos and the interrelations of its elements.
Different Indigenous nations have their own religious institutions and sacred practices.
First Nation, Métis, and Inuit religions in Canada vary widely and consist of complex social and cultural customs for addressing the sacred and the supernatural.
Indigenous peoples, both historical and contemporary, in North America can be divided into different cultural areas.
Indigenous people is a collective name for the original people of North America and their descendants. Often, Aboriginal people is also used.