A look into the reasons behind the Canadian Senate launching so much legislation undermining the rights of Indigenous peoples
Looking back at the Ministers who’ve held the portfolio over the decades, one wonders how much it really matters who’s next
Why Valentine’s Day might not quite inspire Indigenous women (and those who love them) with wholly-manufactured visions of flowers and chocolate
The movement’s paid scant attention to the part provinces have played in perpetuating the challenges faced by Indigenous communities. That must change.
The Federal Court rules Canada must live up to its responsibilities to certain Métis and Non-Status Indians; the federal government says it can’t afford to