Letter to the Editor: Dear Social Worker, do you know?
You make us feel like if we do not prove we are good enough then you have the power to keep our children forever away from us.
Letter to the Editor: Indigenous children still just numbers
I told the principal I felt with his responses that he was starting to sound like he was running a residential school.
Effect of mercury contamination on skin and spirituality in Grassy Narrows: The remediation plan
Grassy Narrows Chief Simon Fobister is optimistic, but remains vigilant, that the provincial trust fund to ensure the promise of clean water for the community will be fulfilled no matter who is in power in Ontario.
Opinion: Deputy Youth Chief Lance Copegog condemns Michelle Rempel's undemocratic actions
Open letter to the Editor:
A study on First Nations skateboarders and the state of exception
It should not be normal in Canada for under-aged students to consistently fail to attain an education: the government is certainly aware of the rates of educational success and poverty among First Nations skateboarders, yet little is changing.
OPINION: BC is standing up for all of us
It appears that Alberta is being totally self-centered and irresponsible. —Robert Hall
Opinion: Cornwallis gone, General Jeffrey Amherst should be next
Not enough dogs to hunt the Indians, the lament of General Jeffrey Amherst, 1763
Letter from an unrepentant Elder regarding Women at the Big Drum
Stand Tall, Sing Loud, Drum Proud. See you at the big drums
Windspeaker Archives NASIVVIK: Arctic Christmas—The then and now
We should be deliberately determined to enjoy an anxiety-free, uncluttered, good, joyful and blessed Christmas season! No man-made occasion can draw us together like a real Merry Christmas.