OPINION: Help improve the Canadian Environmental Protection Act
When I heard that the House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development recently recommended profound changes to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), I felt it was imperative to encourage Indigenous people to engage in this national discussion.
OPINION: Time to Ground Open Net-Pen Fish Farms
With historically low returns, our surviving salmon stocks are bordering on extinction. This represents an unacceptable loss to First Nations in BC. Salmon represents a significant aspect of many First Nations’ cultures, economies and are a critical food source for our communities and families.
OPINION: Minister Monsef disappoints on Bill S-3 and continues the discrimination
A genuine feminist government would not appoint female Cabinet members and then proceed to remove from them their agency to vote in a way that was more in line with their own conscience and consciousness and sense of justice for all women.
OPINION: The 10th Session of the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Grand Cree Chief Wilton Littlechild and Kenneth Deer have continually called for the inclusion of Indigenous peoples in the international system.
Reconciliation must include access for proper health coverage for Indigenous peoples
Medicinal cannabis has been approved as a legitimate treatment for a number of serious medical conditions.