Columnists
Matthew Behrens | A little-noticed European Court of Human Rights decision regarding Polish complicity in torture may well have ripple effects on this side of the Atlantic and, hopefully, produce some accountability.
Blog
Âpihtawikosisân | Jeff Barnaby's Rhymes for Young Ghouls offers a glimpse into social dysfunction that is directly linked to the way in which every aspect of life on reserve is in some way governed by the Indian Act.
Blog
Daniel Wilson | In this blog, Daniel Wilson reflects on the final public hearing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Nakwaxda'xw and Gwa'sala people were forcibly removed from their homelands in 1964. Now a new film by Lisa Jackson tells the story of their dislocation and of their fight to return.
Blog
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Sarah Boon | With the Fair Elections Act, 2014 Federal Budget, First Nations Education Act and more, it begs the question: Has Canada gone too far into Conservative politics to turn back?
News
Robert Animikii Horton | Teacher deserve all the praise they can get! But Robert Animikii Horton can't help but feel that one particular kind of educator goes underappreciated: Our Anishinaabemowin teachers.
News
Christina Turner | Indigenous filmmaker Helen Haig-Brown is profiled in this intimate and compelling piece discussing the inspiration behind her work and her latest project 'My Legacy.'
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Vital Statistics Agency of B.C. recently supplied the names of all Aboriginal children who died between 1917 and 1956. We speak with Justice Murray Sinclair about the significance of this event.
News
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Jocelyn Formsma | This week, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal heard from Elder Robert Joseph that there is a connection between residential schools and the large number of Indigenous children in child welfare.
Blog
Charlie Angus | Working on the musical-historical project Four Horses, Charlie Angus came across a dark chapter in Canadian history, and discovered a civil servant who tried to do the right thing.
Blog
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Yves Engler | The outpouring of vapid revisionist commentary from the mainstream media notwithstanding, Canada mostly supported apartheid in South Africa through its duplicitous economic policies.
Blog
Charlie Angus | Why would the Conservative government undermine the work of the TRC? How is it possible that in 2013, the Federal government would prefer to cover up abuse against aboriginal children?