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Trudeau’s Mandate: 13 Instructions for Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
No sooner was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sworn in on November 4 than he named the most diverse cabinet in Canadian history, including two indigenous people, Jody Wilson-Raybould...
Justin Trudeau’s Mandates: Reconciliation, Compliance With U.N. Declaration and an MMIW Inquiry
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instructed his new minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett to do what First Nations, Métis and Inuit have been urging for year...
'Drill Them to Hell and Back' Billboard Spurs Outrage in Indian Country
A family-owned Canadian company BeDEVIL Enterprises Limited , is under fire on social media and online after posting what many consider to be an offensive billboard in Killiam, Alb...
Canada’s Missing and Murdered Women Is an Issue in the Coming Federal Election
A similar story was told across Canada this weekend: Too many Native women have gone missing or have been murdered...
First Nations Launch Fundraising Campaign for Missing and Murdered Women Inquiry
Tired of waiting and pushing for a nationwide federal-led inquiry into why indigenous women in Canada suffer such a disproportionate rate of violence, the Chiefs of Ontario on Sept...
U.N. Human Rights Body Blasts Canada’s Lack of Progress on Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous and human rights leaders in Canada welcomed the validation contained in the latest report from the United Nations Human Rights Committee as it addressed the prevalence o...
Canada's National Aboriginal Day Has Potential to Change the Conversation and the Government
Dozens of people, tribal leaders, public officials (including Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski and the area's Member of Parliament, Ryan Leef) were gathered around a fire in a prayer...
We Can Afford a Missing Women's Inquiry: It's Not Just Another Study
Niki Ashton, The Tyee
Editor’s note: This opinion piece originally appeared in The Tyee on February 27...
'Those Drunk Indians': What Indigenous Women Face Daily in Canada and Beyond
Evie Ruddy, Briarpatch Magazine
Editor’s Note: Last month a jury acquitted a man accused of murdering an indigenous sex worker in an Edmonton hotel room, despite the four-inch-long laceration inside her vagina th...
Acquittal in Brutal Death of First Nations Woman Sparks Outrage Across Canada
She was both indigenous and a sex worker, so the odds were stacked against Cindy Gladue before the 36-year-old mother of three entered the Edmonton hotel room of truck driver Bradl...
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