Carleton journalism students examine the impact of the 20 year old Gladue decision on the treatment of Indigenous Peoples in the justice system.
Students and experts say that including more Indigenous literature in classrooms is crucial for reconciliation in schools.
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
New Indigenous Language Act, a “stepping stone” in the revitalization of Indigenous culture.
Indigenous leaders are developing strategies to prevent the appropriation of traditional knowledge and culture.
With the recent introduction of a new Indigenous child-welfare bill, some groups are skeptical about the effectiveness of the legislation.
Carleton University plans to hire 10 new Indigenous instructors over the next two years, to strengthen its relationship with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities.
Manitobah Mukluks opened a pop-up shop in Ottawa’s Rideau Centre on Dec. 8. The store does a lot more than sell footwear.
The City of Ottawa’s first Point in Time homeless count makes it clear more Indigenous housing and services are needed.
A look at Canada’s disappearing Indigenous languages and what Bill S-212 is trying to do to help keep them alive.