For days now this matter has been covered by CBC, CTV News, Global News, and the Winnipeg Free Press. But it was the reporting of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network that triggered an unspoken community rule not to air the dirty laundry where outsiders can see it.
On this episode, I talk to Kenn Richard, founding Executive Director of Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
The Indian residential school debate is and has always been about the right of one ethnic or cultural group to dominate and absorb another.
Last Summer, Garnet Angeconeb met with Senator Lynn Beyak to reconcile. Now he says she should resign.
For episode 89 of The Roundtable, Georges Erasmus and I sat down in Toronto to talk about his 40-year career.
An honest telling of Canada’s story will make Canadians uncomfortable, but in the long-run Canada will be better for it.
So far the MMIWG National Inquiry has been a disappointment, but I wonder how much it is within the power of this organization to do better. To what extent is the National Inquiry hindered by Canada?
The Roundtable Podcast Season 5 Episode 83, “Talking Twitter with Jon Kay.”
AS THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION Commission of Canada hosts its national event this week, in Edmonton, the topic of genocide is once again surfacing. Usually the topic is posed as a question: is Canada “guilty of genocide”? Over the years,… Read More ›