When Will North America Reckon With the Ongoing Genocide of Indigenous Women?
A two-year study by a Canadian commission has declared that a genocide is taking place—but the only people who seem to care are indigenous.
As Asylum Seekers Head to Canada, Concerns Among the Local Indigenous Population Grow
An influx of refugees into Manitoba has raised concern among indigenous Canadians about how limited governmental resources will be distributed between the groups.
How Canada Is Starting to Approach Housing as a Human Right
The ruling liberal government has recently introduced a piece of legislation that points to its desire to treat housing as a right for all citizens.
Canada's Indigenous and Environmentalists Warn Against a Potential Trade Deal With China
Canadian activists call on their government to consider First Nation and ecological interests over those of multinational corporations.
Can Canada's New Prime Minister Back Up His Talk on Climate Change With Meaningful Action?
Under Justin Trudeau, Canada has a chance to make amends for a decade of climate inaction. But if it’s ever to catch up, it needs to start right now.