Many of the paintings are influenced by Hindu deities, even though Adivasis have their independent spiritual beliefs that are different from established religions practised in India.
The show is organized into three thematic sections: Land and Language, Community and Continuity, and Reconciliation and Repatriation.
Some wonderful things happened with the B.C. budget this February, except for the big Site C debt bomb that did not get defused, instead receiving an additional $2 billion.
The Greenlandic mask dancer's work with throat singer Tanya Tagaq has sparked a new creative phase for both artists.
Indigenous activists don't have a lot of time for the prime minister's claim that a pipeline is necessary for Canada to achieve its targets under the 2015 Paris agreement.
Mainstream society talks about reconciliation but says little about truth.
In her internationally acclaimed new memoir, the B.C.-born author delivers a devastating meditation on intergenerational trauma.
Between 20 and 30 people have already moved in and that the rest of the building will fill up gradually over the next month or so.
Organizers say March 10 action will be the start of “ongoing mobilizations”.
Anishinaabe economist and writer Winona LaDuke identifies two types of economies, grounded in different ways of seeing.
A Downtown Eastside clinic designed for Indigenous people living with HIV/AIDS is in danger of losing funding to another nonprofit.
Screenwriter Petie Chalifoux drew on personal experience and other stories for the B.C.-shot feature.