521. That's the official number of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada since 1980. But for one family from Kahnawake, only one woman truly matters.
Protesters were kicked out of Parliament on Monday in an action demanding climate justice and Indigenous rights. What followed was a media explosion and obfuscation.
Indigenous Sovereignty Week is now upon us. Close to 30 cities and communities across Canada (and even a few in the United States) will be holding public events from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1.
That the PM can not only harbour this delusion in his mind but also feel unembarrassed enough to verbalize it is a testament to the pervasive historical amnesia and denial in Canadian society.
Council Of Canadians Podcast
The battle against Site 41 is a story of seniors and students, farmers and first nations members, national organizations and cottagers, uniting to protect some of the purest water in the world.
While the First Nation of Beausoleil and community of Tiny Township wins a major victory in protecting their water with a moratorium on Dump Site 41, KI faces another threat to their land from mining.
At least 10 civilians and 24 police dead in the Amazon, killed in a protest over a free trade agreement. This much, we knew going in. We would have to go into the Amazon to unearth the real story.
An interview with and a talk by Anishnaabe Youth Activist Chrissy Swain of Grassy Narrows.
Stark Raven: Prison Justice
Interview with Hugh Brody, director of The Meaning of Life
Video and photos from the rally held outside the Peruvian Consulate in Toronto on Thursday, June 11.