Jun 29, 2017
Photo of Ghostkeeper band by Blair Russel via Muskegkids/Wikimedia Commons

Ghostkeeper focuses the light on Indigenous rights

Doreen Nicoll
Shane Ghostkeeper and Sarah Houle are partners in life, art and music. Their band Ghostkeeper has been invited to play at Nathan Philips Square in Toronto as part of Canada Day.
Feb 9, 2017
Winter fishing on ice of Assynoibain & Red River

Songs Upon the Rivers

radio book lounge
The histories of Indigenous communities and European explorers contain stories that have been lost in history. A new book presented by Sébastien Malette seeks out the forgotten stories.
Jun 11, 2015

Metis communities still waiting for reconciliation

Samantha Nock
I am proud of Metis survivors who told their stories and reached out through the Truth Commission process. But I feel for myself, for my family, for our communities, we are not healed.
Mar 20, 2013

Manitoba Metis win historic ruling

Roger Annis
The Supreme Court of Canada made a second ruling in two months extending Métis rights and historical recognition.
Feb 15, 2013
Image: National Archives of Canada

Make Louis Riel Day a national holiday?

June Scudeler
While it may resonate in some provinces, I'm not sure Louis Riel would resonate here in B.C. or other parts of Canada. Perhaps an Indigenous Unity Day is more suitable.
Jan 10, 2013

Justice will remain absent

Daniel Wilson
This is the fourth in a series looking at the challenges for the upcoming meeting between the Harper government and several First Nation leaders.
Mar 23, 2010

#169 ~ Year of the Metis - Part 2

Living On Purpose
The Ring is an updated version of 'Tell Me Grandmother' by author and adventurer, Lyn Hancock. This is the second of a two part series of interviews with descendants of Sam Livingston and Jane Howse.
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