Witness

Broadband Bruce: Fighting Canada's Digital Divide

A reformed troublemaker rigs up high-speed internet in his community to help turn around the indigenous reserve.

First Nations

First Nations reclaim the streets of Toronto

Activists have added Anishinaabe-language street signs to parts of the city to highlight their indigenous roots.

First Nations reclaim the streets of Toronto

US & Canada

Fuel spill in Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia

Fuel spill in Canada's Great Bear Rainforest adds to pressure to cut fuel transport lines on Pacific Coast.

Canadian First Nation cleans up latest fuel spill mess

Opinion

Justice for Canada's indigenous women

The remedy cannot simply be an apology or an official acknowledgement that these women have been wronged.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

US & Canada

First Nations facing mental health crisis

Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins spoke with Al Jazeera about the recent wave of indigenous suicide attempts.

Attawapiskat crisis: 'We've failed First Nations youth'

Canada

Canada's 'renewed relationship' with indigenous peoples

Does Canada's new budget deliver on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's promises to indigenous communities?

Canada's 'renewed relationship' with indigenous peoples

Environment

Canada's wild rice wars

How a conflict over wild ricing on Pigeon Lake is drawing attention to Indigenous rights and traditional foods.

Canada's wild rice wars

Witness

Australia: Creating a Nation

One former journalist has renounced his Australian citizenship and is creating an independent indigenous nation.

Human Rights

US: Unearthing the dark past of Native boarding school

Unmarked graves shed light on 'America's best kept secret' of abuse towards Native communities.

Unmarked graves discovered at Chemawa Indian School

Opinion

Canadian aboriginal activist stands up to Israel

Canadian First Nations chief boards Gaza flotilla to protest against worldwide scourge of colonialism.

Antonia Zerbisias

by Antonia Zerbisias

Antonia Zerbisias

Human Rights

Canada's dark history of abuse at residential schools

Truth and Reconciliation Commission finds Canada guilty of 'cultural genocide' and abuse of Aboriginals.

Canada's dark history of abuse at residential schools

US & Canada

Seeking justice for Canada's murdered women

Hundreds of aboriginal women have been murdered or are missing, prompting calls for a national public inquiry.

Seeking justice for Canada's murdered women