Why an Indigenous Filmmaker Directed a VR Documentary About the Highway of Tears
A short piece now touring Canada lets you sit with a mom who lost her daughter.
Calling Foul: The Indigenous Basketball Team Fighting Gas Sponsorship
VICE Sports discovers why the All Native Basketball Tournament is so important to the communities, what makes their style of basketball unique and how politics has started to work its way into the games.
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.
Is This First Nation Band Finally Voting on a Controversial BC Gas Terminal?
It's hard to tell, since the ballot question doesn't mention liquefied natural gas.
Did This First Nation Band Consent to a Massive Gas Terminal or Not?
If you ask BC's premier, Lax Kw'alaams "voted massively in favour" of Pacific Northwest LNG's $36 billion project. We spoke to investigators who found that vote probably never happened.
Meet the Indigenous Occupiers Challenging LNG Development on BC's Lelu Island
The northern BC island is on one of Canada's biggest salmon-producing rivers, which resident First Nation groups fear could be greatly impacted by pipeline development.