Indigenous peoples of the north are finding themselves at the centre of a geopolitical climate change bomb that they did not cause.
In ‘Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun’ Indigenous writer Paul Seesequasis finds mid-century portraits of a community reclaiming its Inuit name.
We spoke to the last of the living Mohawk code talkers.
Across Canada, people are learning the language of their ancestors and turning around and teaching others.
Family member accuses tourism company of making bears more dangerous.
‘Tunirrusiangit’ marks the first time the AGO’s largest space will exhibit Inuit art—a moment two celebrated artists did not live to see.
As world leaders meet for COP23 climate summit, Inuit are seeing the sun rise in the wrong place
Advocates fear the apparent suicides were investigated hastily, and that some key details point to foul play.
"We’re saying you can’t do this to us anymore, your celebration stinks, it’s built on genocide."
A rise of grassroots activism has propelled a new generation of Indigenous politicians onto the political scene, and it’s already delivering results