When anti-apartheid fighter Nelson Mandela was laid to rest on Dec. 15, South Africa’s revered first black president was accompanied by a symbol of leadership for many Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island: an eagle feather.
Police are investigating photos of a man who allegedly urinated on the memorial for the 1914 Komagata Maru on the Vancouver waterfront after the shots circulated online.
Amidst a rising tide of hate activity in Canada, a Calgary couple have been targeted again and again for their activism with Anti-Racist Action Calgary.
As the University of B.C. is set to reveal its findings Wednesday about the use of an infamous rape chant, new allegations have surfaced that students also shouted a chant that mocked aboriginals during FROSH week activities.
A Richmond resident is demanding a McDonald’s restaurant apologize after a manager at the chain’s No. 3 Road franchise allegedly refused to serve her, then asked her to leave, because staff couldn’t understand her English.
If you are among the more than half of Vancouverites who rent their homes, having to fork over a hefty chunk of your income to a landlord every month might elicit groans or even disdain as prices climb.
Named: RCMP, VPD, City of Vancouver, justice minister, crown prosecutors. Pickton siblings accused of ‘abetting’ murders.
Interview with UBC First Nations Studies professor Glen Coulthard of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.
Two Anishinaabe men attempting to renounce their Indian Status under Canada’s controversial Indian Act are being rebuffed by the Ontario government.
The Toronto festival screened a film by a survivor of the infamous “starlight tours” or “midnight rides” whereby Saskatoon police officers abandoned Native men and women outside the city limits in sub-zero winter temperatures, often stealing their shoes and forcing them to walk home in the snow.