Trudeau promised to close infrastructure gap by decade’s end but it won’t happen at the current rate of investment says report
Kimberly Murray tells N2N ‘challenges’ faced during Mohawk Institute grounds search will inform work as new independent facilitator
Ottawa appoints special interlocutor to help with investigations of unmarked graves at former residential schools
The new position will not have the power to pursue criminal charges.
The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) says the federal government has made little progress…
Liberal government at critical crossroads when it comes to addressing high number of Indigenous women in prison
‘The RCMP have become a national public safety crisis for women both inside and outside the RCMP,’ says co-author Pam Palmater
Government to give update on MMIWG national action plan next month.
Feds call UNDRIP an ‘interpretive aid only’ in legal battle over Alberta First Nation’s election delay
‘It’s disappointing, on that level, to see kind of an impoverished interpretation of what the new legislation implementing UNDRIP means in practice,’ says lawyer
‘Anytime there are men with money who are transient, you’re going to have sexual exploitation,’ MPs hear