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Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Hailey Hamelin-Wilson was the first Indigenous woman to be crowned Miss Canada Globe in 2021. She went on to compete in Miss Globe, showcasing powwow dancing as her special skill.
‘Chén̓chenstway’: Community lifts up Elders on Tsleil-Waututh pilgrimage walk (photos)

‘Chén̓chenstway’: Community lifts up Elders on Tsleil-Waututh pilgrimage walk (photos)

To commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the pilgrimage retraced the route home from the former site of St. Paul's Residential School
Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect

Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect

From museum exhibits to marches, online webinars to workshops, there are a multitude of ways to participate in the second iteration of Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Mirror Talks - international vocalist Durga McBroom

VIDEO INTERVIEW: Mirror Talks - international vocalist Durga McBroom

Pink Floyd vocalist - Durga McBroom currently has a pair of songs charting on Top Ten lists around the world.
Art Charlie's orange shirt 'speaks for the survivors and the ones we lost'

Art Charlie's orange shirt 'speaks for the survivors and the ones we lost'

While Art Charlie never attended residential school, growing up in Ahousaht and Port Alberni, he knew plenty of people who did and were never the same afterwards.
'I won't stop': Sister of missing Indigenous woman uses TikTok to spread awareness

'I won't stop': Sister of missing Indigenous woman uses TikTok to spread awareness

"I want change. And that's why I'm here. So if that means I have to share my truth and pain… then that's what I'll do."
Podcast faces hard truths on path to reconciliation

Podcast faces hard truths on path to reconciliation

Featuring probing conversations with Indigenous elders, academic, artists and activists, the eight-part podcast looks at hard truths about history
UBC firing of student advisor for sex app use OK, court rules

UBC firing of student advisor for sex app use OK, court rules

Timothy Conklin appealed a 2018 B.C. Human Rights Tribunal decision that found he was not discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation in the dismissal.
The history of residential and day schools

The history of residential and day schools

First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children were taken from their families, communities, and culture for over 150 years.
Truth and Reconciliation: Unexpected feelings of guilt a chance to talk, make things different

Truth and Reconciliation: Unexpected feelings of guilt a chance to talk, make things different

Friday is National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada, a day set aside to reflect on the injustices of the past.