Pam Palmater, one of Canada’s top lawyers, says the federal government must intervene.
A bygone age comes back to life in this painstaking reconstruction of the sounds of 1739
“The Inuktitut word for ‘weather’ is sila. But it also means ‘oneness’ and ‘consciousness.’ There’s no better word for describing the indivisible unity between human beings and their planet.”
A diary of a trip buoyed by the wisdom of the imperiled Inuit people
From residential schools to forcing teens to leave their remote communities for high school, federal education policy still means assimilation, leaders in a northern Ontario First Nation say.
Backers of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights say it starts important conversations about injustice, but some aboriginal people say it plays down their continuing plight.
I sometimes feel I am a product of the colonization of Indigenous Canadians. Or more so, what colonizing Aboriginal Peoples was intended to do. First, I am red-headed, fair-skinned, and freckled. M…
Earlier this year, the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) released a Territorial Acknowledgment Guide. The territorial acknowledgements found in this guide vary from fairly short…
More than 50 Indigenous nations across North America have signed an unprecedented treaty alliance against oilsands expansion.
“A collective noun for the original inhabitants of Canada has been a challenge ever since Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492,” says Bob Joseph.