Published in the Globe and Mail | Saturday, June 13, 2020 | Page A6 and online THREE GROOVES IN THE GROUND, just above the beach on Klahoose First Nation, were […]
A defiant Jody Wilson-Raybould has no regrets about her actions as attorney general
An armed tactical police raid and clash at an Indigenous anti-pipeline barricade revealed public, and even government, confusion about the distinction between the hereditary leaders and First Nations’ elected chiefs and councils. It’s a key nuance that requires better understanding, experts argue.
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A month after Ellen DeGeneres tweeted her record-breaking celebrity-laden selfie during the Oscars on March 2—now surpassing 3.4 million retweets—Samsung’s copy.5-million donation to an anti-seal hunting organization has sparked a new viral meme.
Artistic trailbazer Buffy Sainte-Marie, who is currently based in Hawaii, is gearing up to record her first album of new material since 2008 (more on that later), and took a few minutes to share her thoughts on a number of topics with ICTMN.
The province and Vancouver are poised to settle their portion of a lawsuit with 13 children whose mothers’ DNA was found on serial killer Robert Pickton’s farm, 24 hours has learned. Each of the children will receive $50,000 plus legal costs.
As they embarked on a cross-Canada tour, ATCR’s Ian Campeau spoke about the band’s breakthrough, his successful campaign to rename the Nepean Redskins youth football team, plus the camaraderie of being on the road.
Neil Young issued his strongest words yet against his country’s energy boom.