Indigenous resurgence in a province like no other

May 18, 2021
After 30 years of treaty talks, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission findings, and the adoption of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, First Nations still face racism on a systemic basis. Can Indigenous People ever find justice in this province? John Price and Nicholas XEMŦOLTW̱ Claxton, co-authors in the new book… View Article

Nothing ‘liberal’ about colonial policy prior to Confederation

May 14, 2021
After 30 years of treaty talks, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission findings, and the adoption of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, First Nations still face racism on a systemic basis in this province. Can Indigenous People ever find justice in this province? John Price and Nicholas XEMŦOLTW Claxton, co-authors of… View Article

From the colonial past to the racist present

May 11, 2021
The terms of union and the attempted erasure of Indigenous Peoples After 30 years of treaty talks, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission action agenda, and the adoption of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, First Nations still face racism on a systemic basis. Can Indigenous People ever find justice in this… View Article

Why the hold up on paid sick days? It’s about power.

May 3, 2021
Amid a raging pandemic, how do Canadian workers still not have paid sick days as a basic right of employment? It’s about power.  Real paid sick days, as a right of employment, are not rocket science. You tell your boss you’re sick, you stay home, and you get paid as usual. But a majority of… View Article