People with lived experience of addiction are helping an Ontario city tackle its overdose crisis
Small towns and cities across northwestern Ontario that are dealing with growing overdose numbers have a new program that connects people with lived experience of addiction to individuals actively using drugs, in the hopes of saving lives.
Activist Sacheen Littlefeather, who declined Brando's Oscar on his behalf, dead at 75
Sacheen Littlefeather, the actor and activist who declined Marlon Brando's 1973 Academy Award for The Godfather on his behalf in an indelible protest of how Indigenous people in the U.S. had been portrayed on screen, has died.
This two-spirit advocate uses TikTok to push past reconciliation — and towards action
Kairyn Potts is a two-spirit youth advocate and former social worker from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation near Edmonton who has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram, Twitch, Snaptchat and TikTok. He says Indigenous representation on those platforms is literally lifesaving.
Silvia Moreno-Garcia examines gender and class in her romantic reimagining of a sci-fi classic
Trudeau and Poilievre face off in Parliament
Mi'kmaw astonomer says we should acknowledge we live under Indigenous skies
All-girl punk band the Linda Lindas makes lone Canadian stop in Montreal
Bestselling Swedish writer Fredrik Backman on the personal story behind his hit novels
What do I need to know about this year's flu shot?
Forget oil: Microchips are today's most valuable resource, says author
Why a small British museum went out of its way to repatriate Haida Nation artifacts
48 books by Indigenous writers to read to understand residential schools
Telling our Truth Radio Special
On National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Murray Sinclair challenges Canadians to be mindful year-round
Children's book My Name is Seepeetza is 30 years old — and an enduring testament to Indigenous resilience
Resistance at the residential school: Survivors recall 3 hours of freedom in little-known riot
Buffy Sainte-Marie reflects on activism, reconciliation — and being an elder
Quebec's election and a political crossroad
This new underwater camera is powered by sound
American democracy is at a precipice, experts say. And time is ticking
War crimes investigator says atrocities in Ukraine are 'on another level'
Who wants to build a doomsday bunker? Nervous billionaires, says author
Why the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation isn't just another stat holiday