How community engaged archaeology can be a pathway to reconciliation

By Dana Lepofsky, Christine Roberts, and Sean Markey We are standing in a circle on an expansive beach in front of an ancient rock-walled fish-trap…

RE: Six Nations of the GRAND RIVER BAND OF INDIANS vs. AG CANADA et al., Court File No. CV-18-594281

Further to the case conference endorsement date September 21, 2022, and in Particular paragraph 2 (b), the Men’s Fire of the Six Nations Grand River…

Crustless pie a treat for those with gluten intolerance

The holiday season is a popular time to entertain. Food is often a focal point of holiday season entertaining. Individuals who navigate food allergies or…

Saskatchewan stabbings: Why Myles Sanderson was granted statutory release from prison

By Lisa Kerr The violent acts of Myles Sanderson in the Saskatchewan stabbings have raised many questions about why he was in the community of…

Indigenous people pay taxes: Demythologizing the Indian Act tax exemption

By Bradley Bryan There is a common misconception among Canadians that Indigenous people do not pay any taxes. It perpetuates harmful stereotypes and hinders non-Indigenous…

The survival of the endangered monarch butterfly depends on conservation beyond borders

By Columba Gonzalez-Duarte The iconic North American monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus plexippus was recently listed in the IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species, signalling that…

Arthur Aces remain on top in WMSL

Contributed by Jacob Powless OSHAWA — After an electrifying championship weekend, the Women’s Major Series Lacrosse league has come to end. The WMSL consists of…

SUV barrels through Native American parade; 15 injured

GALLUP, N.M. — A New Mexico man who was driving drunk without a valid license barreled through a parade that celebrates Native American culture in…

We need a better understanding of race, ‘status’ and indigeneity in Canada

By Celeste Pedri-Spade Queen’s University recently released its highly anticipated report after a year-long exploration into the institution’s approaches to indigeneity. The report came about…

Reparations to Indigenous Peoples are critical after Pope’s apology for residential schools

By Catherine Richardson Many people are contemplating Pope Francis’s recent apology for residential schools in Canada during his visit to Alberta, as well as his…

I survived the Sixties Scoop. Here’s why the Pope’s apology isn’t an apology at all

By Lori Campbell, Associate Vice President (Indigenous Engagement), University of Regina Pope Francis came this week to Maskwasic in central Alberta — where many Indigenous…

Two eared listening is essential for understanding restorative justice in Canada

By Chief Mi’sel Joe, Dorothy Vaandering, Rosemary Ricciardelli, Sulaimon Giwa, and Sylvia Moore Restorative justice was introduced in the western world in the late 1970s…

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: Is inclusive objectification something to celebrate?

By Tracy Isaacs, Professor (Philosophy), Western University The last two weeks of May generated a flurry of celebratory media commentary about the diversity of models…

Alternatives to store bought fertilizer are all around you

By Jessica Damiano The cost of everything from gas to burgers may be rising, but home gardeners growing produce have found a way at least…

Food giants reap enormous profits during times of crisis

By Phoebe Stephens A recent report by Oxfam International has found that 62 new “food billionaires” were created during the pandemic. The report, released ahead…