After eight months of an inquiry there are ‘no adverse findings’ against former Hawthorn staff.
We need a richer account of democracy within which to locate the Voice, to lift the quality of public debate about it.
Mungee is a revered teacher to Noongar people with lessons for us all. This mighty mistletoe knows how to prosper in the hostile, infertile, but biologically rich landscapes of southwestern Australia.
Understanding how Netflix, to date, has fostered screen sector equity and capacity matters as the CRTC consults about Canadian and Indigenous content.
Indigenous women are using sustainable tourism to overcome generational challenges and as an entrepreneurial means of generating income.
Indigenous people shouldn’t have to fear police who are supposed to protect them but instead still act as judge, jury and executioner.
As toxic water continues to spill from tailings ponds across mining developments, decades of scientific research provides evidence of how wildlife will be affected.
New agreements in B.C. provide economic compensation for land restoration activities to several First Nations and limit new oil and gas development projects.
In the years since the Supreme Court rejected Kivalina’s appeal on May 20, 2013, the community’s search and rescue team has faced increasing climate disasters: ‘We just can’t adapt this fast.’
The recent deaths of migrants trying to cross the Canada-U.S. border through Indigenous territory highlight the history of colonial dispossession that the border represents.
‘Etuaptmumk’ or Two-Eyed Seeing is the gift of multiple perspectives in the Mi’kmaw language. A key practice of this in an early childhood outdoor program is walking together and sharing stories.
The Vatican has repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery, a 500-year-old decree used to justify settler colonialism. Scholar Veldon Coburn explains this symbolic victory and what still needs to happen.
Canada’s commitment to halt biodiversity loss can only be realized by weaving together Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledge.
In two remote electorates in WA and the NT, the major parties are being kept afloat due to the efforts of a handful of willing individuals.
Nearly 95% of deforestation in the Amazon occurs within 3.5 miles of a road or near a river. Brazil’s plans to ramp up exports may be on a collision course with the forest.
Some have claimed the proposed new Indigenous names for Winnipeg streets are too difficult to pronounce. But what does it mean when we say a word is hard to pronounce?
Even though there is strong Indigenous representation in parliament, this does not guarantee Indigenous communities a say in laws and policies made on their behalf.
Water sharing arrangements have the potential to enhance water security, but they require strong communication and co-ordination between community leaders in addition to adequate financial support.
By starting their own entrepreneurial and developmental projects, First Nations are working toward economic prosperity for their communities and furthering reconciliation.
Approaches to security issues in Canada today need to learn from the dire histories of what happens under the banner of national security.