The VICE Guide to Right Now
DNA Tests Prove Aboriginal Australians Are the World's Oldest-Living Culture
The genetic study helps show that the ancestors of today's Aboriginals came here about 58,000 years ago.
I Have a First Nations Background and Didn't Think Kimmy Schmidt Was Racist
Does this make me a bad person, a secret racist, or something even worse?
Justin Trudeau Can Fully Back Pipelines or Aboriginal Rights, But Not Both
Justin Trudeau says he supports the pipelines, climate change action and Indigenous rights. He may have to choose a side.
Beyond the Bars
This radio show has been giving Indigenous prisoners their only opportunity to participate in NAIDOC Week since 2002.
Jack Callil & Sam West
The TRC Report Is Not Only a History of Residential Schools, but a History of Canada
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission challenges readers to see how non-Aboriginal Canadians benefited from 120 years of residential school policy.
Mayana C. Slobodian
Loretta Saunders’ Roommates Admit They Murdered Her in Surprise Guilty Pleas
In two agreed upon statements of fact, Blake Leggette admitted he suffocated Saunders and Victoria Henneberry admitted she helped him do it.
A First Nation Is Occupying a Government Office to Stop Commercial Herring Fishing in BC
If the feds don't have the authority to shut down herring fisheries, the Heiltsuk Nation does, says Chief Marilyn Slett.
Aboriginal Inmates Go on Hunger Strike in Regina, Winning Access to Cultural Practices
Fifteen inmates at the Regina Provincial Correctional Centre stopped eating until the Ministry of Justice agreed to requests
Two Kids Died in a House Fire on a Reserve as Firefighters Stayed Put Over a $3,300 Unpaid Bill
The deaths of two kids over an unpaid bill highlights the horrible state of fire protection on Canada's reserves.
Anti-Oil Activists Named as National Security Threats Respond to Leaked RCMP Report
Following news that the RCMP considers anti-oil-industry activists a national security threat, we spoke to some of the activists who have been on the front lines of the fight to salvage Canada's environment.
Dene People in Northern Saskatchewan Are Resisting Uranium and Tar Sands Mining
While public attention focuses on oil sands extraction in Alberta, a group of remote northern Dene trappers are fighting to preserve some of their traditional land from uranium miners.
We Interviewed Australia's Angriest Aboriginal Rights Activists
"Unlike other groups we're not here to dance with other existing enslaving power structures. We are young and ready to fight for everything our ancestors had taken from them."