While members of the LGBTQ community ‘come out’, Two Spirit individuals ‘come in’
An Indigenous and Palestinian student talk about what it’s like to be stripped of their identity.
How medical schools are redesigning their curriculum to treat Indigenous communities more effectively
The Metis language of Michif is on the verge of extinction, says Saskatchewan educator Russell Fayant.
What image does a Eurocentric classroom conjure up for Indigenous students?
From the Battle of Batoche to the streets of Toronto – a glimpse into one family’s history of dispossession
Willy Johnson is a white Canadian who says his art reflects his deep appreciation for Indigenous culture. But is the Haida-influenced totem pole he carved offensive?
French cuisine is considered to be the international standard of gastronomic excellence in culinary schools across Canada. But is that standard slowly changing?
Western medical practices sometimes conflict with Indigenous healing methods. So how do Indigenous doctors reconcile the two approaches?
Mindfulness, intangible, ‘wholeness’: Can these principles have a place in the mainstream fashion industry?