Artisan Butcher Heat Laliberte Has Made It Through Hell and Back
“I’m trans and I’m First Nations. Statistically, I should be dead. It makes me sad.”
This Indigenous Scholar Says Veganism Is More Than a Lifestyle for White People
Dalhousie professor Margaret Robinson is living proof that Indigenous culture and veganism share some common ground.
What It’s Like to Get Married in Maximum Security Prison
You’re stuck with a vending machine as caterer, but the love and vows are all the same.
Why I Left the City to Become a Fur Trapper
While searching for my Indigenous roots, I found and reclaimed my family’s trapline.
Why a Former Top Indigenous Leader Is Starting Weed Grow-ops on Reserves
Ex-Assembly of First Nations national chief Phil Fontaine wants to help remote communities cash in on a growing green-ish industry.
Life, Salmon, and the Future for the 'Namgis First Nation
The indigenous Canadian community, which has long relied on fishing, sees farmed salmon as an existential threat.
How Hydroelectric Projects in Canada Put First-Nations Communities at Risk
A Harvard study looked at the 22 proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
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“It Sounds Like Demons Are Coming Out of Her:" A Conversation with Tanya Tagaq
Watch award-winning Canadian author Joseph Boyden talk to the Inuk throat singer about her latest album 'Retribution.'
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.
A First Nations Canadian Mum Explains Why She and Her Kids Live Off the Grid
We talked to Kanahus Manuel about raising her four "freedom babies" and her mission to bring back traditional midwifery.
We Asked Indigenous Artists and Thinkers Why Relocating Is Bullshit
Here's why moving First Nations isn't the answer that white critics think it is.
The Controversial Challenge of Dealing with Canada's Packs of Wild Dogs
We went went on a ride along with the Canine Action Project to see how they are trying to limit the need for dog culls on Canada's First Nations reserves.