Quebec appeal of C-92 dismissed entirely.
Truth and Reconciliation
It’s been over five years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada released its report, outlining 94 calls to action to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples across the country.
Half a decade later, how has Canada measured up on its promise to implement these calls to action? What progress has been made, and where have we fallen short?
Property developer offers to set aside controversial area in south Winnipeg suburb of St. Norbert.
The Yellowhead Institute calls reconciliation ‘stagnant.’
Researchers from Canadian universities have released second-annual Canadian Reconciliation Barometer report on progress towards reconciliation.
Survivors in B.C. want an alternative to the RCMP when it comes to investigating claims of child abuse from residential and day schools.
Court documents obtained by APTN News show the offences are alleged to involve a youth on Keeseekoose First Nation between September 1997 and September 2004.
Norman Kistabish says he remembers when he was seven years old, he wanted to follow…
Ceremonies, memorial walks, and hide camps mark the day in communities across the country
Canadians were issued a clarion call Saturday to believe survivors of Canada’s residential and day schools, and not allow others to hijack the narrative.