Politics is as much about who is at the table as it is about what is being discussed or decided. This was apparent in...Lire le texte National Indigenous groups and the premiers’ meeting
More and more people are beginning to learn that Canada’s Parliament Buildings squat on unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg territory. Unceded refers to the fact that...Lire le texte Is acknowledging Indigenous territory enough?
The leaders of three national Indigenous organizations have decided to boycott the premiers’ meeting in Alberta, July 17-19. Their position is nothing short of...Lire le texte The constituent base of our Indigenous leaders
What would it take to ensure that every Indigenous woman in Canada has the opportunity to become an entrepreneur? Impakt, a social innovation consulting...Lire le texte Make entrepreneurship accessible to Indigenous women
As it embarks on another five-year periodic review of the Copyright Act, Canada has an opportunity to reflect on its copyright regime in light...Lire le texte Rethinking copyright for Indigenous creative works
The recent, very public dispute over the appropriation of Indigenous voices was just one manifestation of a much larger issue: the struggle for the...Lire le texte Who owns Indigenous cultural and intellectual property?
Dans les semaines à venir, les Canadiens auront l’occasion de célébrer. Le 21 juin, ils seront invités à souligner les contributions des Premières Nations,...Lire le texte Justin Trudeau et le fédéralisme de réconciliation
Last week, when Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard suggested that it might be time for a Constitutional conversation, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wasted no time...Lire le texte Indigenous people and the Constitution conversation
In 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivered a statement of apology on behalf of the Canadian government to former students of the Indian residential...Lire le texte Reconciliation: Beyond incremental change