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’
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.
How Indian Status Figures Into the Unsolved Case of a Murdered Aboriginal Woman
Sonya Cywink died without an aboriginal name or official Indian status. But her story is very much a part of the 1,200 murdered and missing aboriginal women in Canada.
27 Years of Silence: The Family of Missing Alberta Aboriginal Woman Is Still Searching for Answers
Neither Carol nor Marilyn wants to claim that police would have handled Roberta's disappearance differently if she'd been white.But the women share a single view of how police handle cases involving indigenous persons.