“We haven’t been able to have a lot of the benefits that other communities do that have land, have that connectedness to the land, connectedness to each other”
Youth Voices & the TRC: 5 Years Later, Are We Any Closer?
Canadian Roots Exchange and APTN News, is hosting a digital event to mark the fifth anniversary of the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
Voices of youth, Indigenous & non-Indigenous, will consider how the TRC changed Canada, & why youth need to lead the conversation today.
Watch live here on June 2nd at 2pm CT.
Explore past stories on the TRC below.
People fighting on all fronts to ensure Indigenous languages survive after devastating impacts of residential schools
The national group Circles For Reconciliation say the pandemic hasn’t hampered its effort to have…
‘My concern was that anything in that article alone, stood alone as racist and harmful’
Justice Paul Perell recused himself from hearing the case and ordered the move to B.C.
Pikangikum wants restoration of Anishinaabe law, renewal of treaty relationship following ‘landmark’ ruling
‘Being forced to adopt the ways of others was not what our ancestors intended when they entered into Treaty with the Queen.’
Petitions, protests, land claims, lawsuits, occupations and blockades are all part of Six Nations’ long fight for land rights
Case not about overincarceration but “extension of the corrosive effects of colonialization,” says Justice David Gibson
Echaquan family can expect ‘same bullshit that they gave us’ from coroner’s inquest says cousin