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Weaving heritage and healing: the gift of a ribbon skirt

Susan Byrne comes from a big family in Newfoundland. She has over 30 first cousins, 12 aunts and uncles on her dad’s side, and...

Our home on Indigenous land

co-written with Hafed AlmadaniEditor’s Note: This story is part of a series called the Land Where We Stand (LWWS). Uncovering the hidden stories about...

Durham College is making progress in creating Indigenous space

For many Indigenous youth across Canada, the thought of entering the colonial education system can leave a bad taste in their mouths.However, over the...

Reconciliation between Treaty people

Jacob Powless is a Turtle Clan Mohawk from Oshawa and columnist with The Chronicle.

It’s time to Indigenize DC’s convocation

Graduation ceremonies are always an exciting, fun and loud event for those who are about to embark on a new journey in life. A...

Recognizing the Métis

A boy who is adopted by a man and woman to give him a home is grateful for the life he lives, however, later...

Police reform in North America starts with Indigenous and Black influence

This year there has been a growing call for police reform all around the world. It started with the murders of multiple African-Americans by...