Indigenous Rights

Photos
Oct 15, 2010
Chief Dr. Billy Diamond. Photo: Ian Diamond/www.rezmutt.ca

Billy Diamond tells his own story

Meagan Perry
Kim Elliott and Jessa Runciman
The former grand chief of the Grand Council of the Crees, a passionate defender of his people, died on September 30. This is a speech from earlier this year.
Columnists
Oct 13, 2010

Telling the truth about Thanksgiving

Does anyone ever wonder when "Columbus Day" will no longer be a nationally "celebrated" holiday? I mean really and truly -- when do y'all think that will happen?
News
Oct 8, 2010

Why activism matters to me as a First Nation person

Robert Animikii Horton
In 1928 a government official predicted Canada would end its 'Indian problem' within two generations, and so many federal and provincial acts and actions have tried to follow through with this plan.
News
Oct 1, 2010

The Ecuadorian policeman cometh

Gerard Coffey in Quito
Thursday’s attempted insurrection by the police in Ecuador is over, but the results are far from certain.
Photos
Sep 30, 2010
An Anishinaabe dream: Writer and activist Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Joseph 'J.R.' Shebagegit

An Anishinaabe dream for the future

Robert Animikii Horton
I have a dream that one day in our traditional territories coming generations will scarcely recall the time when sacred agreements of partnership and brotherhood faltered.
News
Sep 30, 2010

I Dream: An Anishinaabe dream for the future

Robert Animikii Horton
I have a dream that one day in our traditional territories coming generations will scarcely recall the time when sacred agreements of partnership and brotherhood faltered.
Photos
Sep 14, 2010
Photo: Kevin Edmonds.

The hidden costs of Canada's banana market

Kevin Edmonds
Abuses against banana growers are rife as western multi-nationals squeeze all the goodness and money out of Canada's love affair with that delectable fruit.

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