Earlier this year the B.C. Coroners Service quietly stopped releasing information on deaths involving police, prompting at least one watchdog to raise an alarm for accountability.
Living in Vancouver and hailing from the Kainai First Nation in southern Alberta, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers has seen two different sides of Canada’s fentanyl crisis.
She’s excited to see other indigenous musicians rising up, garnering support, and gaining recognition in the Canadian music scene.
Her passion for fostering indigenous causes is driven by her traditional upbringing on the northwest coast as well as her early experiences in urban centres.
The founders, Matt Hern and Carmen Mills, came up with the idea to express opposition to the provincial Gateway Program.
A Downtown Eastside nonprofit organization has quietly forged ahead with a life-saving but controversial tool that could help alleviate Vancouver’s fentanyl crisis.
Historica Canada is turning the camera on Canadians to find out what the country means to them.
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Here's a collection of our coverage of addiction-related issues.
The director of UBC's Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, Philippe Tortell, saw the nation's upcoming birthday as an opportunity to make a big intellectual statement.