Indigenous children are dramatically overrepresented in Canada’s child welfare system
Raven Edwards spent years fighting to keep her kids. Her story is common, but Indigenous leaders are looking for a solution.
Giant $71,000 rubber duck to celebrate Canada’s 150 called counterfeit
An Amsterdam-based studio says that the duck purchased as a part of the Canada 150 is actually a forged version of the original public art installment
Changes to Canada’s Indian Act could give up to 2 million people Indian status
The Senate is trying to make huge changes to the Indian Act, but the Trudeau government is vowing to block their amendments, which would vastly expand who is considered ‘Indian’
Canada's new wave of Indigenous politicians are already making their mark
A rise of grassroots activism has propelled a new generation of Indigenous politicians onto the political scene, and it’s already delivering results
Families are threatening to boycott the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women
A new grassroots organization wants to launch their own inquiry, while the national inquiry pleads for patience
Justin Trudeau wants the Pope to say 'sorry'
The Canadian prime minister wants the Catholic leader to apologize for the decades of abuse that Indigenous children suffered in Catholic residential schools
Missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry is ‘shrouded in secrecy,’ critics argue
An open letter criticizing the process around the inquiry has prompted calls for change at the long-awaited inquiry
Advocate begs Ontario to act after fourth Indigenous child dies while in state care
Tammy Keash, 17, is the fourth Indigenous teen to die in a group home since October
Indigenous Children Are Dying in Canada’s Foster Care System
"I just want to know what happened."
Indigenous children are dying in Canada’s foster care system
Indigenous leaders have demanded an inquiry into the recent deaths of three teens in group homes in Ontario.
Canada just adopted a law protecting people who report drug overdoses
The Good Samaritan law, which provides legal protection for those who call 911 to report an overdose, comes as Canada grapples with an overdose crisis
Three murders in Whitehorse, two of Indigenous women, has reopened old wounds
Three homicides in Whitehorse has reopened old wounds as a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women is set to begin