Special Reports

Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Tla-o-qui-aht muschim mark Red Dress Day in solemn ceremony at Sutton Pass

May 5, 2021

A carved wooden sign at Sutton Pass summit marks the entrance to Tla-o-qui-aht territory. That…


Indigenous and civil liberty organizations concerned about ‘overbroad and unconstitutional expansion of police powers’

April 22, 2021

Indigenous community groups and organizations across B.C. have outlined their concerns and…

Helen Dick grew up in a fluent speaking home and continues to speak her language. “I used to hear my mom tell us, ‘just be who you are. Don’t let people try to change who you are or what you are. You be you.’ So that’s how I’ve tried to live my life,” said the Tseshaht elder.

Endangered or a language in hiding?

February 16, 2021

As Levi Martin reflects on the Nuu-chah-nulth language, he rejects the notion that it is…

Discrimination in health care

Report shows First Nations rely on ER due to lack of primary care

February 4, 2021

A follow up report on discrimination in B.C.’s health care system is stressing the need to…

A semi-closed containment system, seen from from above, is currently being tested in Ahousaht waters. (Sam Chen/Cermaq photo)

Groups monitor Clayoquot fish farm trial

December 18, 2020

Indigenous and environmental groups are monitoring a containment system trial in Clayoquot Sound…

Mental health and COVID-19

Care home residents face loneliness as pandemic approaches 10th month

December 9, 2020

It has been nearly ten months since the province declared a state of emergency in response to…

Chantel Moore

Chantel Moore’s brother dies – family turns grief to help as they deliver food and comfort to the homeless

November 24, 2020

Six months after she laid her daughter to rest, Martha Martin is facing the unthinkable; she is…

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