The federal law that recognizes the inherent right of Indigenous nations to oversee child welfare services – officially known as An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families – took effect on New Year’s Day this year.
This year’s graduates had a different experience. A record number of students graduated while the pandemic was in full swing
A lot of people think 13 is an unlucky number but here at the Nation we know better, at least this year.
Back in the day, summertime blues meant endless days of sunshine and blue skies, with nothing to pass time with other than running around and playing games with rocks and sticks
It is raining. It will be raining most of this week and that puts my plans on hold as Mother Earth reminds me that my notions don’t mean much in the big picture.
Larry House had a way of finding humour in the most serious situations
I owe a lot of my healing, well-being, best activism days, resilience and strength to the Black community.