In Between Places: Photos from Wawa, Ontario
Wawa is one of many towns stuck between its past and unclear future.
Photos of Economic Devastation and Culture Fade in Northern Ontario
Highway 17 is a graveyard of our past traditions.
How a Northern Saskatchewan First Nation Is Responding to Three Youth Suicides
Calls for a national suicide prevention strategy grew louder following a funeral for a 14-year-old Lac La Ronge girl Saturday.
First Nation Vote on Massive Gas Terminal Called Out by Band Members
Sixty-five percent voted in favour of moving forward with Canada's largest development proposal. Off-reserve members say poll was so rushed they didn't get ballots in time.
Artists Send Messages of Hope to a Manitoba First Nation Facing a Suicide Crisis
“I want this nightmare to be over.”
Skateboard Decks Highlighting First Nations Issues are Super Popular in Saskatchewan
The debut design from Colonialism Skateboards brings the history of the Pass and Permit System to halfpipes across the province.
Tailings Ponds Are the Biggest Environmental Disaster You've Never Heard Of
Last Monday, a "tailings pond" dam holding waste from Polley gold and copper mine in British Columbia broke, spilling billions of gallons of toxic sludge out into pristine lakes and streams. Environmentalists say these dams are disasters in the making...
Oil Giant SWN Is Suspending Its Work in New Brunswick After Nationwide Protests
Anti-fracking tension has spread throughout Canada, and today, Texan oil giant SWN announced they'd be pulling out of New Brunswick until 2015.
The Many Arrests of New Brunswick Journalist Miles Howe
Miles Howe is unarguably the most connected journalist covering the tensions between SWN, an oil company in New Brunswick, and the Mi'kmaq First Nations people who oppose their fracking initiatives. Lately, Miles has been getting himself into legal...