When the federal government announced the Canada C3 expedition last year, almost 5,000 people applied to sail through the Canadian Arctic via the Northwest...Read More Arctic policy must embrace Indigenous knowledge and Arctic science
Imagine if decades from now a student of Canadian political history is digging into the Kinder Morgan pipeline saga. What kind of picture would...Read More Indigenous rights aren’t a subplot of pipeline debate
Under the federal government’s proposed impact assessment legislation, Bill C-69, assessing the environmental, economic, social and health impacts of major projects will come under...Read More Panels compromised under environmental assessment bill
When you come to speak to us about Canada, remember that we have been thinking about Canada for a very long time. – Natan...Read More Taking the next step towards a post-colonial Canada
In the past few years, Canadian universities have taken up the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action, aiming to be leaders in...Read More Reaching true reconciliation at our universities
As a young Indigenous child growing up in East Vancouver, I would not have thought that one day I would attend a celebration of...Read More A place for Indigenous peoples on Canada’s top bench
The words we use to describe reality are not without consequence. They express how we define our realities and, as a result, how we...Read More How can Indigenous knowledge shape our view of AI?
In August 2016, the federal government established a panel of four specialists to review how government conducts environmental assessments on proposed projects with significant...Read More Indigenous consultation and environmental assessments