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Tackling Canada’s opioid crisis
reports from Vancouver on how reconnecting with their Indigenous culture is helping women heal.
‘Our whole truth will come out’
reports on the indigenous women who could make legal history by holding a Canadian mining company to account for its operatives overseas.
The coerced sterilization of Indigenous women
The shocking eugenicist policies can be seen as attempted cultural genocide, argues
No celebration of colonization
Why First Nations people boycotted Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation.
How do you break the homelessness cycle?
reports on a no-nonsense movement which is reshaping traditional solutions to chronic homelessness
A personal welcome
In Canada, private sponsors are paying refugees’ resettlement costs. But should such a scheme be replicated elsewhere?
Rohingyas in Canada: portraits of life and struggle
Colin Boyd Shafer
documents a community’s resilience in the face of adversity.
Spinning gold: the ‘happy’ story of Canadian mining
What world are Goldcorp’s shareholders living in, wonders
Emilie Teresa Smith
as she sits in on their AGM.
Reclaiming a lost identity
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission is working to heal a century of trauma caused by a policy of assimilation which saw thousands of indigenous children sent to boarding schools to be indoctrinated in white culture.
I’ll die doing this
*Zoe Cormier* meets two indigenous people for whom this fight couldn’t be more personal.
Vast reserves of the black stuff are bringing the country nothing but trouble, argues *Andrew Nikiforuk*.
The future’s bright… the future’s yellow?!
Roxana Olivera reveals the significance of sunny underwear in Peru’s New Year celebrations.
Wherever you go you take your ancestors with you
is reminded of these wise words as she prepares to move continents.
Out of the barracks
A military coup in Honduras puts Latin America’s fragile democracy in peril, reports Richard Swift.
Selling out the farm
*Ray Burley* is caught in the cost/price squeeze.