The Last Days of Oppenheimer Park, Vancouver’s Tent City
Authorities shut down the camp, one of Canada's largest, over fears of coronavirus spreading throughout its residents.
Deadly Overdoses Are Rocking Canada's Poorest Neighbourhood Under Lockdown
In the Downtown Eastside, ground zero for Canada’s opioid crisis, a new wave of fatal overdoses has Vancouver's top doctor worried.
What It's Like Living in a Region Divided by a Pipeline and Colonialism
Yes, there are many livelihoods on the line in and around Wet'suwet'en. But the political divides are more complicated than the rest of Canada thinks.
The Raid on Wet’suwet’en the RCMP Couldn’t Finish
More than 24 hours after police initiated a court-ordered removal of Indigenous people in northern British Columbia, a standoff with a second camp remains ongoing.
RCMP Are Raiding Wet’suwet’en Land Defender Camps
At least six people have been arrested after the RCMP started raiding Wet'suwet'en land defender camps early this morning.
RCMP Raid of Wet'suwet'en Territory 'Imminent' As Pipeline Talks Break Down
Nearly 100 officers are positioned to enforce a court order making way for a pipeline through unceded Indigenous land.
I Left Home to Dig Pit Toilets on the Front Lines of the Wet’suwet’en Standoff
“I felt I couldn’t just stand by and watch this in the news anymore,” Susan Bibbing told VICE.
Inside the Wet’suwet’en Anti-Pipeline Camp That Police Are Blockading
Indigenous land defenders are keeping a close eye on cops as the standoff enters its fourth week.
Indigenous survivors of abuse in group homes want to sue Canada
Proposed class action suit claims federal government’s $750 million Sixties Scoop settlement doesn’t go far enough
How We Define Indigenous Homelessness Matters
It’s about more than just finding shelter.