Deformed Fish, Rabbits With Two Genitals: Canada’s Largest National Park Is Falling Apart
A federal study found that out of 17 environmental indicators at Wood Buffalo National Park—the second-largest national park in the world—15 are declining.
Inside Justin Trudeau's historic visit to an isolated Indigenous reserve in Canada
In April, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Shoal Lake 40, a community that has been on a boil water advisory for 20 years, for a VICELAND documentary airing this weekend in Canada. Here's a look at some of what he saw.
A Canadian Indigenous Community's Plea for Help Finally Heeded After 11 Suicide Attempts in One Day
Attawapiskat, a James Bay community of about 2,000 people, has been plagued by suicide for decades, but the crisis reached new heights on Saturday.
Justin Trudeau Urged to Visit Reserve Devastated by Fire That Killed Nine People
For the last week, the remote fly-in community of Pikangikum has been reeling with grief over the loss of three generations in a fire; three children from five-months to four years old and six adults from 24 to 51.
A Fire Killed Nine People on a Canadian Reserve With One Fire Truck, But No Water
Pikangikum, a fly-in reserve in northern Ontario, is in a state of shock, said Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, and "trying to come to grips with the magnitude of the tragedy."