Podcast
The F Word | Jennifer Allan of Vancouver Cop Watch speaks about police and RCMP violence against Aboriginal Women in Northern B.C.
News
Vancouver's 22nd Annual Women's Memorial March. (Photo: David P. Ball)
Krystalline Kraus | Indigenous communities, together with their mainstream Canadian allies, march every Valentine's Day in support of their disappeared women.
News
Karl Nerenberg | Based on this week's Human Rights Watch report the police who are supposed to serve and protect northern British Columbia seem to be quite at odds with the communities they are mandated to protect.
Columnists
Joyce Arthur | On a chilly October day, people listened somberly as words were read out loud from a 102-page report by Jason Gratl, Independent Counsel to the Commissioner of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.
Podcast
Needs No Introduction
Steffanie Pinch | Sheila North Wilson is a former CBC journalist and indigenous advocate working with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.
News
Photo: 'Families of Sisters in Spirit'
Greg Macdougall | Today, October 4, is the seventh annual day of Sisters in Spirit vigils to honour the lives of the too many missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada.
News
Native Women’s Association of Canada | The resignation of Ms. Robyn Gervais from the position of Independent Counsel for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry confirms the failure of the inquiry process.
Podcast
Constructing change tools from the activist toolkit
Steffanie Pinch | This week, the Constructing Change podcast features stories from the memorial for missing and murdered aboriginal women in Ottawa and tools for indigenous organizing.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | The basics of colonization: To destroy a culture, you must destroy the children. You destroy the children by taking their mothers.
News
Women's Memorial March. Artwork courtesy of Christiane Bordier
Fathima Cader | How is it -- simultaneous with a Missing Women inquiry -- that this nation has learned the names of Zainab, Sahari, and Geeti Shafia, as the only newsworthy examples of women murdered in Canada?
News
Audrey Huntley | Activist Audrey Huntley reflects on the shameful reality of the way in which violence against Indigenous women is normalized in our society, and describes movement-building across Canada.
News
The Women's Memorial March takes place in Victoria Feb. 14.
Gina Starblanket and Sinéad Charbonneau | Violence against Indigenous women implicates all people who make their home in today's "Canada." There are over 600 missing and murdered Indigenous women in "Canada."