The focus on Indigenous books is on the rise at libraries, and a local author is celebrating that. She thinks when children have access to these stories, things can change for the better.
Mi’kmaq people feel like they are disconnecting from their culture because they haven’t been able to gather for cultural events.
Survivors, families, city councillor among those at event seeking knowledge and truth
Drumming session started a conversation on identity and the mixing of Indigenous cultures in Canada.
Meagan Musseau seamlessly blends traditional Mi’kmaq techniques with modern materials to make art with a message.
Inuk-Irish artist Fredericka Jessica Coffey embraces a traditional tattoo method known as ‘hand poke’ to express her creative style and reconnect with her Indigenous roots.
Indigenous graphic novels introduced to province’s junior high students promotes historical significance.
Names of 117 were read to an emotional crowd in St. John’s during the In Her Name Vigil.
Exercise offers an interactive, emotional look at the troubling relationship between Canada’s indigenous people and European settlers.
With the recent Corporate Research Associates’s poll showing a majority of Atlantic Canadians support screening immigrants for “Canadian values,” Kicker Radio dedicated a special 90-minute broadcast to tackling racism, discrimination and the nerves they expose.