Apologies are not monetary gifts or hollow words offered by teary politicians. They are gestures that define our history as a country and restore faith in institutions.
At long last, a formal apology is being delivered in the House of Commons for Canada's racist behaviour in its shameful treatment of Sikh passengers aboard the Komagata Maru.
An apology is required. A new book by Gary Kinsman sheds light on a dark chapter in Canada's history, as those persecuted begin to demand redress for decades of surveillance and harassment.
Youth Delegation to the UN Conference on Climate Change
The impact of the oil industry on indigenous communities and the CYD apologizes to the world on behalf of Canada.
Why is it that Indigenous peoples are always accused of creating an us vs. them dynamic in Crown-First Nation relations, when in fact it is the opposite that is true.
This past week newly appointed Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development John Duncan issued an official apology from the government of Canada to Inuit for the forced high arctic relocation.