Podcast
Scott Neigh | Skylee-Storm Hogan and Krista McCracken talk about the work of the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre and about archives as sites activism.
Blog
Wildorse Leader Brian Jean with reporters. But where's Jason?
David J. Climenhaga | If anyone sees Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney, please let someone responsible know. If he doesn't show up soon, his face is going to start appearing on milk cartons!
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | How can I in good conscience participate in a celebration in the face of the continued denial of Indigenous treaty claims and basic human rights?
Blog
Image: one.org
Doreen Nicoll | ONE has created a petition to help millions of girls get access to an education. The petition will be delivered to world leaders on March 8 to mark International Women’s Day.
Book Review
Clarissa Fortin | The legacy of residential schools is a horrible scar on Canadian history. Two poets address the impact of residential schools in two profoundly different ways: the imagined and the personal.
News
Photo: flickr/ Canada 2020
Karl Nerenberg | Apologies, regrets and tears have their value, but for Indigenous Canadians the essential questions are about economic control and power.
News
Photo: flickr/ Wilson Hui
Ken Watts | Canada needs to move from "apology to action" if reconciliation with First Nations Peoples is to succeed.
Book Review
Christine Smith (McFarlane) | At 86, Joseph (Augie) Merasty decided his story needed to be told: a firsthand account of the impact residential schools had on Indigenous children and how this experience shaped his life.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The precedents for declaring what's culturally barbaric are pretty scary, as the exhaustive and heart-rending work of the TRC on residential schools sadly shows.
Blog
Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta has now joined the chorus of voices calling for a national inquiry into the connected tragedies of residential schools and missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
Blog
Cover from "The Inconvenient Indian," by Thomas King
Doreen Nicoll | Victors write the history books. They write versions that are often coloured by their perceptions and images they want to portray. They hope time will erase any trace of wrongdoing or injustices.
News
Photo: flickr/Ben Powless
Karl Nerenberg | The Truth and Reconciliation Commission reports on Tuesday June 2. There will be solemn promises of action. But Harper's high-handed approach to Indigenous needs should make Canadians skeptical.