Podcast
Tina Keeper, Don McKellar and Through Black Spruce
Face2Face | Tina Keeper, Don McKellar and Face2Face host David Peck talk about residential schools and family history, the responsibility of Canadians, our collective lack of understanding, stories and truth.
News
Sana Malik | As the fastest growing demographic in Canada, it was only a matter of time Aboriginal influence would infuse urban culture.
Blog
Daniel Wilson | In this blog, Daniel Wilson examines the difference between collective and individual rights of Indigenous peoples and the importance of the "s".
Blog
Mercedes Allen | There are many things I can't claim to speak with authority on, but I can speak to my own reasons for supporting #IdleNoMore, and why the assimilationist perspective fails.
Podcast
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Muna Mire | Three-time Juno Award nominee and Métis musician Jani Lauzon gives a talk on storytelling and embodied knowledge at the Democratic Dialogue Via The Arts Symposium held at the University of Ottawa.
Blog
Tria Donaldson, Max FineDay | Romeo Saganash's historic bid for leader of the New Democratic Party was a milestone, and touched the lives of many Indigenous people, especially our youth.
Blog
Karl Nerenberg | The First Nations-Crown summit: Is it doomed to the same fate as a long list of previous such encounters that produced nothing?
Blog
Romeo Saganash | I was born and raised on the Quebec side of James Bay, across from Attawapiskat, a community that has been in the news lately.
News
Shiri Pasternak | As the DND spies on the activities of Indigenous organizations, it is apparent that the questions at stake are not that of security but of Indigenous protest and land reclamation.
Blog
Ben Parfitt | Is aggressive marketing of the lowest value of all forest products -- raw logs -- along with growing shipments of low-value commodity lumber products to China a wise move for B.C.'s forest industry?
Podcast
Stephen Harper being named honourary chief of the Blood Tribe
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Dr. Hayden King on Stephen Harper being named honourary chief of the Blood Tribe, Canada's residential school system, the annexation of Six Nations land in Caledonia, and more.
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Krystalline Kraus | Come and join the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto as we celebrate National Aboriginal History Month at Dundas Square from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.!