Special Reports

Chantel Moore

Coroner’s Inquest into police shooting underway

May 17, 2022

After two delays, the New Brunswick coroner’s inquest into the police shooting death of Tla-o-…


NTC launches widespread study into COVID-19 vaccine

May 3, 2022

The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council has hired Dr. Roger Boyer, an Anishinabek man from Mississauga…

Old Growth Stewardship

Old growth summit stresses management over profits

May 2, 2022

As the province undergoes a transition in the management of old growth forests, the importance…

Nuchatlaht Case

Province continues court battle with Nuchatlaht, despite litigation directives

April 28, 2022

New directives for the province’s lawyers to avoid court battles with First Nations have hit the…

The Ahousaht case

Nations transition into a growing share of crab fishery

April 26, 2022

One year after a favourable court ruling, changes are underway to give Nuu-chah-nulth fishers a…


Ahousaht chief stands behind fish farms in his territory

April 19, 2022

In two and a half months salmon farms throughout the B.C. coast are due to expire, with no firm…

Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Liberal budget commits billions to Indigenous issues, but falls short for MMIWG, says MP

April 8, 2022

Although the recently announced federal 2022 budget commits $11 billion over six years towards…

Residential schools

‘Finally’: Residential school survivors react to Pope’s apology

April 1, 2022

This morning Barney Williams shed tears, as an apology from Pope Francis summoned distant…

Discrimination in health care

Systemic racism in Canada’s healthcare system persists

March 16, 2022

In effort to address ongoing critical gaps in our understanding of Indigenous health, EHN Canada…

Grace George helps Grade 3-4 students with their art projects at the Wickaninnish Community School, in Tofino, on November 22, 2021.

Interweaving Nuu-chah-nulth culture into a school curriculum

November 26, 2021

During art class at the Wickaninnish Community School in Tofino, Dominic Hansen eagerly…

Language revitalization pole

‘It’s alive now and we can talk to it’: Pole’s name references first woman

September 23, 2021

As its eyes look east toward the rising sun this autumn, the carver behind a totem pole recently…

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…

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