The Québec inquiry looking into the relationship between some of the province’s public services and Indigenous peoples heard from the Innu and Naskapi Nations Friday.
The Cree Nation in Quebec stepped up and had its say in Val d’Or Wednesday. Representatives were testifying at inquiry examining the relationship between certain public services in Quebec and Indigenous peoples.
The leader of Inuit in Quebec took the stand Tuesday at the province’s inquiry into the relationship between Indigenous peoples and some of the province’s public services.
A number of concerns were raised at the Quebec inquiry looking into the relationship between a number of provincial services and Indigenous peoples. Topping the list, health care, policing and racial profiling.
Four people are dead and two critically injured after a stabbing spree early Saturday morning in Akulivik, an Inuit community of 600 in Nunavik, Que., 1,700km northwest of Montreal.
(A number of groups huddled at the Wabano Health Centre to talk about data and…
People in Montréal are rallying behind a day shelter that serves many of the city’s Indigenous homeless. The shelter Open Door must find a new home, or close.
Amnesty International handed out its Ambassador of Conscience Award in Montreal Saturday night.
Day shelter in Montréal that serves Inuit, First Nations peoples on verge of closing if a new location can’t be found
Montréal’s homeless population is disproportionately made up of Indigenous peoples. Now a day shelter that serves many Inuit in the downtown area needs to find a new location or face closing its doors.