Canada has yet to develop a plan to deal with the humanitarian crisis in foster care where Indigenous children make up 50 per cent of all cases
Jul 12, 2020
Understanding the history of First Nations governance provides crucial context to the current conflict between TransCanada and the Wet’suwet’en First Nation over pipeline plans in northern BC
Members of Northern Ontario Indigenous community in Toronto recently for David Suzuki Foundation event say the government is up to its old tricks on promised funding
One year ago, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls found Canada guilty of both historic and ongoing.
Chevron Canada lawyers faced tough questions in a Toronto court last week over U.S. parent’s refusal to pay $12 billion judgment awarded to Indigenous farmers in Ecuador