The Tsleil-Waututh Nation Sacred Trust hosted a water ceremony inviting the public to deepen their relationship with water in the face of TMX.
National Indigenous People’s Day offers an opportunity to work for a healthier and more sustainable environment built on Indigenous Knowledges.
Our team had the opportunity to attend an Indigenous Laws workshop run by the Indigenous Law Research Unit and it was a transformative experience.
Nuchatlaht First Nation's title case highlights the real problem with Canadian colonial law in addressing Indigenous land justice, writes Kate Kempton.
May 5 is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S). Our hearts are with all the families who have not yet seen justice for their lost loved ones.
You are on Indigenous territory in a place that has an Indigenous name. Start by learning about the place that you are in and the forests that you are worried about. Here are a few suggestions on how to start this path of discovery.