man in red shirt wearing a tall headdress from the article ‘Water is for everyone’: Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare on the need for access and action speaks with ORC Hare about drinking-water priorities and the work that must be done to achieve them.
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September 30 will now be marked as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Since 2013, it’s been Orange Shirt Day. But its roots stretch back long before that.
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OPINION: Countless graves have been linked to residential schools. That should be marked by more than a single day.
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Professor Bonita Lawrence speaks with about Black Lives Matter, the erasure of Indigenous history, and the myth of Canadian multiculturalism.

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Published On: September 30, 2021
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Published On: September 30, 2021
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Published On: September 24, 2021
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Published On: September 17, 2021
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Published On: September 16, 2021 speaks with the Assembly of First Nations national chief about “Creator-given rights” and building a more just and equitable society for everyone.
Published On: September 15, 2021
How are election campaigns handling Indigenous issues so prevalent during this past year?
Published On: September 15, 2021
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Published On: September 13, 2021 speaks with the executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada about the leaders’ debate and what was — and wasn’t — said about Indigenous issues.
Published On: August 16, 2021
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Published On: August 05, 2021
OPINION: Denialists reject or misrepresent basic facts about residential schools. We break down their strategies — and how to counter them.
Published On: July 12, 2021
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Published On: July 09, 2021
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Published On: July 08, 2021
Four female Indigenous Chiefs discuss prevalant issues in their communities.
Published On: July 07, 2021
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Published On: July 09, 2021
Pam Palmater discusses the recent Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that found Canada discriminates against First Nations children on reserves.
Published On: July 05, 2021
From Agenda appearances in 2017 and in 2020, Murray Sinclair reflects on the importance of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Published On: July 05, 2021
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Published On: June 29, 2021
The process is lengthy, complex, and expensive. looks at how gravesite investigations work — and whether the government needs to go further.