Brandi Morin

Brandi Morin

Brandi Morin is a French/Cree/Iroquois journalist from Treaty 6 in Alberta, Canada. She is passionate about showcasing stories of injustice, human rights, environment, culture, tradition and resilience from an indigenous viewpoint.

Canada

Chief Allan Adam on being beaten by police and Indigenous rights

The chief discusses the legacy of residential schools, making deals with the oil industry and the need for new treaties.

Chief Allan Adam on being beaten by police and Indigenous rights

Canada

Pipelines, man camps and murdered Indigenous women in Canada

In Canada, resource extraction is not only endangering the land - but the lives of Indigenous women.

Pipelines, man camps and murdered Indigenous women in Canada

Canada

'How did we become enemies?': Racism and reconciliation in Canada

In one rural town with a history of racism, small efforts at reconciliation are underway - but will they be enough?

'How did we become enemies?': Racism and reconciliation in Canada

Canada

'A matter of life and death': Rebuilding a Nation on Saddle Lake

A councillor fights the legacy of colonisation to lead her people and see her Nation fulfil its purpose.

'A matter of life and death': Rebuilding a Nation on Saddle Lake

Coronavirus pandemic

Indigenous in Canada turn to the land to survive coronavirus

Indigenous people describe leaving towns to live off the land, learning lessons about survival from elders.

Indigenous in Canada turn to the land to survive coronavirus

Canada

'Just another Indian': Surviving Canada's residential schools

A survivor of schools that took Indigenous children from their families shares her story of abuse, neglect and healing.

'Just another Indian': Surviving Canada's residential schools

Canada

Canada and the First Nations: A history of broken promises

An exploration of the broken treaties and betrayals responsible for a traumatic past and troubled present.

Canada and the First Nations: A history of broken promises

Racism

The Back Streeters and the White Boys: Racism in rural Canada

The story of a prairie town and the First Nations homeless bearing the brunt of its racial divides and traumatic past.

The Back Streeters and the White Boys: Racism in rural Canada

Canada

'Our hearts bled': Covering the Wet'suwet'en crisis in Canada

A journalist reflects on what weeks of protests mean for the land's Indigenous - and how it goes beyond just a pipeline.

'Our hearts bled': Covering the Wet'suwet'en crisis in Canada

Canada

First Nations receive death threats over Canada pipeline battle

Indigenous people report a rise in racist attacks as tensions grow over construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

First Nations receive death threats over Canada pipeline battle

Indigenous rights

Canada at 'tipping point' over Wet'suwet'en land dispute

Tensions mount as solidarity protests and blockades grow in support of Wet'suwe'ten land defenders.

Canada at 'tipping point' over Wet'suwet'en land dispute