aboriginal affairs

Five ways Trudeau can help La Loche

Jason Markusoff: ‘For starters, don’t just visit when kids shoot kids’

Scott Gilmore: The issues no party will touch

How can one of the world’s wealthiest countries still have citizens living in medieval conditions?

Bernard Valcourt: A street fighter heads back to the streets

For the Tory MP—popular in his home province, and armed again with a senior cabinet job—the time for diplomacy with First Nations groups is over

Why fixing First Nations education remains so far out of reach

Aboriginal youth face a fate that should horrify Canadians and there’s an obvious fix

Editorial: A surprising boom in Aboriginal heritage

While some may seek to exploit ethnic mobility for their own gain, there’s something hopeful about the breaking down of barriers

Joseph Boyden on aboriginal issues

‘Nothing is ever done in an election year, so 2014 is when the real work has to get done’

Need to know: Joe Oliver’s sort-of charm offensive

The Natural Resources Minister needs to win aboriginal hearts and minds

UN rapporteur says Canada faces an aboriginal crisis

James Anaya identifies myriad social and economic woes

Ryan Leef Maverick Watch

A Conservative calls for an inquiry on missing and murdered aboriginal women

A small step toward justice and healing?

The House to study the cases of missing and murdered aboriginal women

A small cabinet shuffle

Bernard Valcourt becomes the new minister of aboriginal affairs

John Duncan resigns

The Aboriginal Affairs Minister abruptly steps down