Canadian Justice is a Privilege, Not a Right (Apparently)

Not-guilty verdict for the murder of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine By Jaina Kelly, Staff Writer The Canadian justice system is not designed to protect Indigenous lives. It has allowed repetitive injustices committed against Indigenous people to be accepted and legitimized. Despite the seeming shift in the Read More …

Allyship, Advocacy, and the Legitimate Role of Non-Indigenous Folks

Chantelle Bryson discusses meaningful allyship at LU By Kelsey Raynard, Contributor On January 29, Chantelle Bryson, a celebrated lawyer and community activist, delivered a talk entitled “Allyship in the Context of Indigenous Rights” in the Study coffeehouse at Lakehead University. Hosted by the Aboriginal Awareness Read More …