Ellen Page Urges Trudeau to ‘Do Something’ as Indigenous House Demolished
Page made the comment after visiting a Mi’kmaq resistance camp against the Alton Gas natural gas project in Nova Scotia.
Views My Own
Settler Governments Still Fail at Representing Indigenous People
We vote as means of “harm reduction”—but the outcomes are always stacked against us.
Samantha Marie Nock
What the Supreme Court Ruling on First Nations Consultation Means for Pipelines
Legal experts say we’re still years away from any clarity on the issue.
‘Tiny House Warriors’ Are Occupying a Park on Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Route
Secwepemc land defenders’ fight to block the Trans Mountain expansion with tiny houses has just begun.
Views My Own
How Reporting on Colten Boushie’s Death Changed Me
As a lone Indigenous journalist covering the story, I saw him as a relative.
Putting Canada’s violent history in storage
Halifax votes to temporarily remove a controversial statue of city founder Edward Cornwallis while it figures out how to celebrate Indigenous history.
This Ontario Indigenous Community Has Never Surrendered Its Territory
Wiikwemkoong First Nation has been fighting for its land for 155 years.
A violent assault is shining a light on Thunder Bay’s history of racism
A trailer hitch thrown at a First Nations woman is shining a light on the racism that Indigenous people say they endure regularly.
Anger and hope in Val-d’Or
Quebec is embarking on a landmark inquest into how government institutions treat Indigenous people following a police scandal
Tiny town in Labrador looks to the federal government to solve its water crisis
More than 160 communities in Newfoundland don’t have clean water to drink. But for the tiny town of Black Tickle, a Supreme Court ruling and land claim could change everything.
freedom of press
Journalist faces 10 years in jail for violating an injunction to report on Labrador dam
Justin Brake was reporting on the controversial Muskrat Falls dam
How a Mining Disaster Devastated an Indigenous Group in Brazil
The toxic spill that contaminated the Rio Doce river continues to affect the Krenak people.