From the fight against the Northern Gateway pipeline to the anti-fracking protests involving Elsipogtog First Nation and the Idle No More movement, Canadian surveillance...Read More Canada’s surveillance of Indigenous movements
There was little surprise when the Assembly of First Nations, at its Special Chiefs Assembly in early May, called on the government of Canada...Read More Feds must allow First Nations to tax, regulate cannabis
The challenge of reconciliation hinges on a series of fundamental questions: How will Indigenous and settler Canadians live side by side? How are we...Read More A federal equalization program that includes First Nations
Commissioner Marion Buller of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls recently published an essay in the Globe and Mail making the case for...Read More Should the MMIWG Inquiry be given more time?
Canada’s GDP and the well-being of many rural communities in this country are tightly tied to our natural resources. Therefore, real sustainability in the...Read More Bill C-68 enshrines human dimensions in Canadian fisheries law
(This article has been translated into French.) The recent acquittal by a jury of Gerald Stanley, a white farmer, in the shooting death of Colten...Read More The (in)justice system and Indigenous people
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