To mark October 4, tell a politician that we need action on the 231 calls for justice.
On July 1, Idle No More and allies organized #CancelCanadaDay actions and a live broadcast to stop the annual celebration of stolen Indigenous land and stolen Indigenous lives.
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In case you missed it -- a replay of rabble's June 18 webinar from our "Off the Hill" series focusing on the federal role in justice reform.
In the latest episode of rabble's Off the Hill webinar series, panelists explore the need for justice reform in Canada.
Is the federal government's delay in delivering its response to the MMIWG report due to plans to infuse it into its pandemic recovery strategy? Recent government actions leave room for doubt.
The least Canada can do is step up and work with First Nations to implement a more fulsome response that is grounded in the human rights of First Nations.
Trudeau's lasting legacy must not be his desire to advance women's rights. His legacy must be that he truly succeeded in advancing women's rights and gender equality.
This week, keynote speakers at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) mining convention found themselves persistently drowned out by the sound of jackhammers.
With actions spreading across the country, complaints about inconvenience and disruption are rife. But colonial society has been inconveniencing and disrupting Indigenous lives for hundreds of years.
Before she was arrested, Rita Wong encouraged "more people to make the connections between violence against the land and violence against missing and murdered Indigenous women."