First Nations

Missing Women Inquiry: Brother of Pickton victim calls on RCMP to apologize

Dawn Crey disappeared from the Downtown Eastside 12 years ago. After two days of RCMP testimony, her brother is calling for an apology.

Government pipeline rhetoric reminiscent of Cold War, McCarthyism: prof

Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are "foreign" influenced "radicals" are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.

Tensions at Missing Women's inquiry boil over

B.C.'s Missing Women's Inquiry saw a pointed argument between the lawyer for families of Robert Pickton's murder victims.

Fighting violence against women in Vancouver's sex trade

It's been 22 years since the Montreal massacre. We talk violence against women, and ways to end it, with a survival sex work organizer Jennifer Allan.

Angry Gitxsan say no to chiefs -- and no to Gateway

Controversial oil sands pipeline splits an "embarrassed and shamed" First Nations community.

Occupy movement grappling with "new phase of life"

"Organic" global movement will keep fighting inequality, gets busy debating how.

1 in 10 Canadian kids still live in poverty

It would be 1 in 4 without public assistance, report says.

Acclaimed Canadian actor Gerald Auger nabs role in new AMC series Hell on Wheels

Auger made film history when he joined the cast of My West. It was the first spaghetti western to use First Nations actors in aboriginal roles.

Skirmish with fire department, police leads ex-Occupy organizers to reach out to city

Following a skirmish between authorities and protesters at Occupy Vancouver, some of the protest's original organizers met to discuss ways forward – without the camp's approval.

Coping with depression

Knowledge is power to fight the blues