Agenda guests
Harold R. Johnson talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his memoir, "Clifford."
Andrew Judge and a group of people tending a garden from the article How one man is planting seeds of Indigenous knowledge
On the outskirts of Cambridge, Andrew Judge and a group of volunteers have established a garden to produce food — and insights into Indigenous teachings.
Pemmican may be the oldest survival food known to North America. What is pemmican and how is it made? Patrick Nadjiwon shares his knowledge.
Nam Kiwanuka, Brian Jungen, and Kitty Scott from the article How this Indigenous artist turns basketball shoes into commercialist critique
In "Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre," a new exhibition at the AGO, sports gear becomes the material for thought-provoking art.

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Published On: April 05, 2019
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Published On: April 03, 2019
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Published On: April 02, 2019
Eddy Robinson is an educator on Indigenous issues. He explains why asking "How Can I Help?" is not the right question.
Published On: April 04, 2019
Cindy Blackstock tells us the story of Jordan River Anderson and why she fights for the rights of Indigenous children.
Published On: April 15, 2019
Tim Fontaine shares five things that you should know about Indigenous humour.
Published On: April 12, 2019
In their first budget, the Tories make reference to curriculum development and economic opportunities — but the government is short on details and light on funding when it comes to supporting Indigenous communities.
Published On: April 09, 2019
The group arrives in Muskrat Dam, one of several fly-in reserves in Northern Ontario.
Published On: April 08, 2019
Ashley-Rose Machendagoos is an Ojibway artist and expert beader. Now, thanks to a new program in Ottawa, she’s using Indigenous traditions to help kids learn more effectively  
Published On: April 02, 2019
The six travelers begin their journey in heart of Canada; Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here they meet prominent Indigenous activist Michael Redhead Champagne who sheds some light on the journey ahead.
Published On: March 29, 2019
Claude Sharma, northeastern Ontario Hub reporter, talks about the history and influence of the Little NHL.
Published On: March 30, 2019
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits the Missanabie Cree hockey team, one of many in the Little NHL.
Published On: March 29, 2019 talks to Little Native Hockey League president Marian Jacko about the growth of the annual tournament — and what the sport means to Indigenous youth.
Published On: March 20, 2019
Bill 76 calls for Ontario law to be in line with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. It’s unlikely to pass — but according to these Indigenous experts, the bill serves as an important test for Doug Ford’s government.
Published On: March 15, 2019 talks to three Indigenous creators — of video games, apps, online archives, and more — about how they’re working to develop richer, more inclusive online spaces.
Published On: March 11, 2019
OPINION: By offering Jody Wilson-Raybould the position of Minister of Indigenous Services, the prime minister signalled that he still has a lot to learn about reconciliation, writes Charnel Anderson.
Published On: March 06, 2019
The Agenda welcomes Jason Batise, executive director of Wabun Tribal Council, to discuss relationships between mining companies and Indigenous communities.
Published On: February 26, 2019 talks to Riley Yesno — writer, advocate, and public speaker — about her thoughts on reconciliation, allyship, and her upcoming TEDxUofT talk.
Published On: February 22, 2019
To mark Human Trafficking Awareness Day, speaks with Collin Graham, of the Ontario Native Women’s Association, about recognizing the signs of exploitation — and learning from survivors.