Family history-related sources, such as vital records or other archival sources, are made available to family history researchers to at least some extent by provinces, territories, and by Library and Archives Canada.
For information about challenges and strategies related to these sort of records in researching Indigenous family members, it may be helpful to look at this blog post by Stacey Devlin and Emily Cuggy (2017):
Settler Records, Indigenous Histories: Challenges in Indigenous Genealogical Research
If your research brings you to paywalled sources from Ancestry.com or Ancestry.ca, please note that you can get access through the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) without having to take out a personal subscription.
Obtain results that include only the exact wording by enclosing a word, concept, or phrase in quotations
Obtain results from a specific website or domain by using site:
site:idaho.gov (genealogy OR "family history")