Only a year and a half ago the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) captured the attention of Canadians with horrific...Lire le texte Rage or reconciliation?
La question de la juste utilisation des ressources suscite souvent des débats polarisants, notamment lorsqu’on touche au domaine des soins de santé. La nécessaire...Lire le texte La disparité des soins néonatals : le cas du Nunavik
Once every quarter, during each of the year’s four seasons, 39 elected representatives from the Nisga’a First Nation gather to discuss everything from health...Lire le texte In First Nations, freedom of the press is unclear
The reconciliation agenda has made progress since the 1970s, but there’s still much work to be done. A legacy of loss and dispossession has...Lire le texte Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples
As 14-year-old Saydee Jones walked away from Muskrat Falls, the site of the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Project in Labrador and most recently the focus...Lire le texte Muskrat Falls: “This is not green energy!”
As we all are painfully aware, the Indian Act was founded on the goal of the complete assimilation of First Nations as distinct nations....Lire le texte Gender discrimination and the Indian Act
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett both need to sit down and think hard about what reconciliation and nation-to-nation means,...Lire le texte Deeply flawed process around Algonquin land claim agreement
When the Trudeau government took office, public expectations on the Indigenous file were sky high. It hasn’t quite been a year, and the cynicism...Lire le texte Breaking the shackles of the Indian Act
Native Americans and Alaska Natives, as the Indigenous peoples of America, are watching the US presidential election closely, but what happens on November 8...Lire le texte Why the US election matters for Indigenous peoples
No matter how many legally binding conditions are included in the Pacific Northwest liquefied natural gas (PNW LNG) project approval, the problem is that...Lire le texte When wild salmon win — toward a renewed Fisheries Act?