‘I’m speaking for you now’: Haisla residential school survivors march for their ancestors

Warning: This story deals with disturbing subject matter that may upset and trigger some readers. Discretion is advised. Darleen Wilson vividly remembers the day she was taken from her family and shipped to St. George’s Residential School in Lytton. It was more than 1,000 kilometres away from her home in the Haisla Nation on the … Read more

Hundreds gather at The Forks to commemorate National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Hundreds gathered at The Forks Saturday morning to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation by marching in a healing walk prior to an afternoon powwow.   Saturday marks the third annual observance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt day, since it was designated a federal holiday in … Read more

Top Toques’ Chef’s Table dinner highlights Indigenous ingredients, techniques: Andrew Coppolino

This week, in a collaboration with Kitchener’s Top Toques culinary school, chef Destiny Moser served a five-course dinner using two dozen ingredients that spanned cultures and also served as an instructional medium for teaching Indigenous foods and cooking. “We created a menu focusing on Indigenous ingredients, but we wanted to make sure we weren’t too … Read more

Maamaw | CBC.ca

18 hours ago Radio Duration 2:10:27 <p>Tune in for Maamaw (Together), a joyful celebration of Indigenous culture, and the strength that comes from community. Whether that community is a First Nation, a grassroots organization, or a powwow family, we’ll share stories about how people are coming together to support each other, live well and celebrate.</p>