First Nations people, especially those living on reserve, view the federal budget much differently from non-Natives. For us, it’s like a federal budget and...Lire le texte The fatal flaw in the nation-to-nation agenda
While Ottawa’s chief science advisor has yet to be named, the biggest question isn’t so much who will be named to the role, but...Lire le texte Quick wins for Canada’s chief science advisor
Today it’s a given in Canada that institutional practice of religion in public schools is unacceptable. School prayer, for example, is a nonstarter. The...Lire le texte Religious neutrality and reconciliation
En plus de sa politique des langues officielles, le Canada favorise la préservation et l’utilisation de ses autres langues. L’action gouvernementale en matière de...Lire le texte Quel avenir pour les langues officielles et la diversité linguistique ?
If I had to count the number of times I have heard that we need to “lift Indigenous people out of poverty” and “make...Lire le texte An offshore deal for Indigenous people?
The release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 Calls to Action prompted many Canadian post-secondary institutions to re-examine the ways in which they...Lire le texte Post-secondary education and reconciliation
The recent comments by Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch, explicitly stating that she would abolish the Indian Act, raised a number of eyebrows within...Lire le texte In reluctant defence of Kellie Leitch