Biting a chunk out of the common adage that a few “bad apples” in the police are responsible for misconduct, Winnipeg Indigenous leader Leslie Spillett pointed to an inherent “culture of oppression” in Canada’s police forces at an international conference on policing
Photographs to accompany an article on demonstrations against Goldcorp mining company
As shareholders in the Canadian mining company Goldcorp met for their annual general meeting (AGM) in Vancouver last Wednesday, a jubilant and diverse crowd pushed its way into the Pan Pacific Convention Centre
Members of Grassy Narrows First Nation in northwest Ontario community are continuing their eight-year blockade to assert their territorial rights
A delegation of peacemakers spends more than a week at Grassy Narrows First Nation
Raven ThunderSky’s fight for an outright asbestos ban.
WINNIPEG – A Winnipeg woman says the deaths of her whole family could have been averted had the government and mining companies come clean to the public about the dangers of asbestos
West Papuan human rights worker and Yale professor Octovianus Mote expresses his hope for Papuan independence from Indonesia.
BC’s controversial referendum on First Nations treaty negotiations arrived in mailboxes over the past few weeks. Citizens are being asked to register their opinions, but key groups have launched an “active boycott”
When Leonard James left a therapy session for First Nations residential school survivors in Duncan, he never expected he’d be walking all the way to Victoria to oppose the BC Liberals’ treaty referendum