Fall plant care tips

The season of sweaters, pumpkin spice, and falling leaves is fast approaching and some of our little plant friends aren’t designed to thrive in our…

Opinion or Fact? The Mohawk Nation holds the true title to the Haldimand Tract


Benjamin Doolittle UE The Six Nations Council (SNC) issued a press release claiming that they are the sole real party in interest to land in Haldimand Tract.…

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…

Simple ways to stylize with plants

Green Tip: Macrame plant hangers are enjoying a resurgence in popularity as trends shift toward unconventional and eclectic decor. Don’t be scared to give it…

Carefully scripted apologies from the Pope andsacred gifts given

Canada and the residual effects of the residential school genocide still prevail and trigger many First Nation Indigenous today. Canada bandies about words like reconciliation…

Canada’s reckoning with colonialism and education must include Indian Day Schools

By Sean Carleton and Jackson Pind Sparked by the locating of hundreds of possible unmarked graves at former Indian Residential Schools across the country, there…

Best apps to keep your houseplants healthy

Compacted soil, yellowing leaves, fungus gnats or worse. Whenever I see a plant showing signs of trouble, I start to wonder what I may have…

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…

Experts: US Court fractures decades of Native American law

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanding state authority to prosecute some crimes on Native American land is fracturing decades of law built around the hard-fought…

Indigenous led supportive housing can be transformative

By Lauren Brown, Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi and Julia O’Quinn Look to any urban centre in Canada and you will find First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI)…

Meet change-maker and TikTok creator resilientinuk

Ontario-based Vanessa Brousseau goes by resilientinuk on TikTok where she shares personal stories with her almost 90 thousand followers about her upbringing, culture, art and…

Through the centuries the system has not changed

The fledging country of Canada is barrelling down on all First Nation Indigenous who oppose their manmade laws of order and good government. Canadians continue…

What is PSTD?

Traumatic events and experiences can affect individuals for a long time. Though it’s often associated with combat veterans, post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, affects…

Living water: Northern Indigenous communities’ use and perceptions of drinking water

By Mylene Ratelle and Jessie Yakeleya In Indigenous communities that have lacked access to safe water for years, getting access to a safe water supply…