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Truth and reconciliation commission’s final report

More than 3000 Indigenous children and youth died in residential schools right here in Canada. The head of the truth and reconciliation commission wound...

Six Nations react to first phase of missing women inquiry

The federal government is launching the first phase of its inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women, and while the news is being welcomed...

Trudeau Liberals to lay out plans in throne speech

  The Trudeau government will lay out the agenda for its first session of Parliament this afternoon when Governor General David Johnston reads the speech...

Clean up this mess!

  Two Hamilton women are making waves on Hamilton's harbour. They are fasting and floating on the lake until something is done to clean up...

Trudeau on the missing Aboriginal women

October 19th federal election saw increased voter turnout across the country, but particularly among First Nations people. This created pressure for the Liberals to...

Buyers concerned about new Grand River land claims

First time home-buyers are finding it really tough to find good new homes at an affordable price right now. Hundreds of them flocked into...

Witness Blanket

A powerful piece of artwork has been set up at Hamilton's central library. The Witness Blanket was created from hundreds of items reclaimed from...

Witness Blanket

The Witness Blanket consists of 13 panels and is over eight feet tall and 40 feet long. The Art Installation will be on display...

Melissa honoured by The Queen

Melissa Kargiannakis is one of 60 young people from across the Commonwealth who were honoured by Queen Elizabeth II last week. She is here...

Residential schools called ‘cultural genocide’

A long-awaited report has been released on Canada's residential school system. In a five year examination, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada says...

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