How can Past and Present Injustices against Indigenous Peoples be Reconciled?

In the post 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) era of reconciliation, many Canadians are wondering what reconciliation might mean to their community.

The ARCHES Indigenous Recovery Coach Program: A Path For Recovery

The ARCHES Indigenous Recovery Coach Program is a recovery-oriented, community-based and culturally informed recovery coach program, supporting adults undergoing opioid agonist therapy (OAT), also known as medically assisted therapy (MAT), for opioid addiction in Lethbridge.

The Recently Released Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Report Lists 231 Calls for Justice: What are the Immediate Priorities?

In response to calls for action from Indigenous families, communities and organizations, as well as non-governmental and international organizations, the Government of Canada launched an entirely independent National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) in September 2016.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada: Will an Inquiry be Helpful?

Canada may not be seen as a place where widespread human rights violations against their indigenous population occur on a regular basis by the international community.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Why Does it Matter to Us?

In 2008, Prime Minister Harper apologized for the shared government and church-run Indian Residential School System. As part of that apology, an independent Truth and Reconciliation Commission was struck, using a model practiced by only a handful of countries worldwide.