The 'Sixties Scoop' removed thousands of Aboriginal kids, and an Ontario court has heard the latest phase of a class action suit seeking compensation for the loss of adoptees' rightful access to "Aboriginal customs, traditions and practices." We spoke with a Scoop survivor.
Well-known Indigenous broadcaster Jesse Wente shares his personal and political perspective on police treatment of Aboriginal people.
Nearly 20 weeks into our show, we thought it was worthwhile to start a list of other Indigenous programs sharing this sphere of podcasting.
A hard look at the past and present of MEDIA INDIGENA inspires its founding editor to stake out a bold new future.
Update on ambitious crowdfunder in support of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, a community whose water has quenched Winnipeg's thirst for the past century, but are unable to drink it themselves.
Doc tells story of three First Nation men thought to be among 500 children molested by priest over two decades.
After weeks of work, the audiobook version of Waubgeshig Rice's debut stories now a reality for its 200+ crowdfunders
Canada's imposed 'Transparency' Act for First Nations obscures as much as it supposedly reveals, writes Rick Harp.
As our Kickstarter draws ever closer to the finish line, you'll want to hear the once-in-a-lifetime offer artist Aaron Paquette has made to inspire your pledge.