Connie Walker is a reporter in the Investigative Unit at CBC News. Follow her on twitter @connie_walker
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Shooting death of young Indigenous man forces rural community to confront racism
The shooting death of a young Indigenous man is igniting conversations about racism and motivating two rural Alberta communities to confront the tensions that have long divided them.
Minister 'deeply disturbed' by consultant's claim to $1.3M in housing deal with First Nation
Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan says every penny of the $12.8 million meant to rebuild and renovate dilapidated and mould-infested homes in Cat Lake First Nation will go toward housing in the community, not to a consultant who claims he's owed a 10 per cent fee.
Consultant says he's owed $1.2M for helping First Nation obtain emergency housing cash from Ottawa
Consultant Gerald Paulin says he's owed $1.2 million after Cat Lake First Nation in northern Ontario received $12.8 million in emergency housing cash from the federal government. But Cat Lake's chief says the band is still talking it over with its lawyers.
'She lived on a hill full of mould': Family raises concerns after Cat Lake First Nation woman's death
The family of Nashie Oombash says the mould problem on the Cat Lake First Nation contributed to her death.
Ottawa to examine First Nation's water system after residents voice concerns
The federal government says it will conduct a "feasibility study" into what it would take to improve the water and sewer system in Garden Hill First Nation in Northern Manitoba — a fly-in reserve where many residents refuse to drink their tap water for fear it's unsafe.
Widespread mould causing 'health disaster' in remote First Nation, MP says
MP Charlie Angus says he is "shaken up" after visiting a remote First Nation in northern Ontario, where seemingly every home has mould and more than half of them need to be replaced.
This First Nation produces clean water. So why are so many residents afraid to drink it?
In some ways, Garden Hill First Nation in northern Manitoba is a success story. The community has no boil-water advisories. Its water treatment plant produces clean drinking water. So why do many residents refuse to drink their tap water? And why do others have no taps at all? CBC News investigates.
'Our story is about hope': How siblings of lost Saskatchewan girl made peace with their loss
The Semaganis siblings from Little Pine First Nation in Saskatchewan had spent decades searching for their sister Cleo, but it was through a CBC podcast that they finally learned her fate. Listen to the final episode and read about how Cleo's siblings came to terms with what they learned and what they had lost.
'Naive but a good intention' — adoptive parents grapple with fallout of Sixties Scoop
Five siblings separated in the Sixties Scoop have reconnected as adults and are determined to find out what happened to the sister they lost track of. In the latest episodes of Finding Cleo, CBC News reporter Connie Walker follows a lead that takes her to a cemetery in New Jersey.
CBC podcast solves decades-old mystery of Saskatchewan girl lost in Sixties Scoop
A patchwork of information suggested Cleo Semaganis Nicotine had been killed decades ago while trying to make her way back to Saskatchewan from her adoptive family in the U.S., but no one knew for sure what happened until CBC News began looking into the case.