We spoke to Myriam Verreault on her new film, set in a First Nations community on Côte-Nord.
Facing the Monumental addresses the state of First Nations and the worldwide rise of the right wing.
Canada’s first Indigenous make-up company salutes past heroines and supports future ones.
With less than one week before Election Day, we spoke to Québec solidaire co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois about immigration, secularism and identity.
Like statues in the American South, the name of an artery in the Village is coming down.
Does being 17 per cent Irish or 1/16 Nipmuc make your cultural writing or activism more authentic? Please.
An inquiry into Indigenous/police relations would be a first step towards a solution.
Now that the justice system has failed 37 women who made assault complaints against Val d’Or cops, a new approach is needed.
We spoke to Tracey Deer, the co-creator of APTN series Mohawk Girls, about making a show for two audiences.
An ongoing tragedy that stretches back through all of our nation’s 149 years continues to call desperately for reflection, reparation and resolution.