Indigenous Radio: is 5% Enough?

07/07/2023 Colin McGregor 0

André Dudemaine By Colin McGregor Is 5% enough? Indigenous musicians from Quebec tell us: It’s our turn to be heard! Radio plays an important role in introducing listeners to Canadian music and artists, even in an age of internet streaming. The policies and regulations of […] See more

Suicides in Wemotaci: Collective Grief

07/11/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Alexandra Grenier Michel Tousignant is a retired associate professor in the psychology department at UQAM. He is a specialist in suicides in different communities around the world, but particularly in indigenous communities. The Social Eyes interviewed him to get his observations on the way […] See more

The James Bay Agreement

06/03/2022 The Social Eyes 0

A Major Milestone Agreement for the Cree and the Inuit By Mathieu Perron In the summer of 2021, the provincial government rejected the GNL Québec natural gas pipeline and liquefaction project in the Saguenay. Among the opponents to this project were the Innu. Yet their […] See more

First Nations Behind Bars

03/07/2022 Delphine Caubet 0

The numbers are alarming. In Canada, Indigenous persons represent 4% of the population. But in jail, they represent 23% of the male prison population and a third of females behind bars. And this overrepresentation is only growing. Proof: over the last 10 years the number […] See more