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Nation to Nation
25 minutes | 7 days ago
There needs to be 3 Indigenous judges sitting on Supreme Court of Canada: professor
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s tough on crime agenda was a massive failure says the current justice minister. But can he fix it? And one isn’t enough. There should three Indigenous judges appointed to the Supreme Court says a law expert. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
25 minutes | 14 days ago
CAP national chief vows to put forgotten organization ‘back on track’
A forgotten Indigenous organization is fighting to get back on the map. And a TikTok sensation in Iqaluit is trying to lift spirts, including her own. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
27 minutes | 21 days ago
Proposed housing development in Ottawa raises questions about Indigenous identity
A development deal in Ottawa has some Algonquins up in arms. And it’s not just over land, but who is part of it. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
30 minutes | a month ago
Indigenous governor general could educate world on true history of Canada
An Indigenous governor general could educate the world on true history of Canada says Michele Audette. Chief Bobby Cameron agrees but wants the governor general to be First Nation. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
28 minutes | a month ago
Federal rollout of COVID-19 vaccine pitting First Nations against each other in northern Ontario
Constance Lake First Nation may be in northern Ontario but its chief says it’s not remote enough to be among the first communities to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government. Chief Rick Allen joined Nation to Nation to discuss how his community is coping, while also questioning why other First Nations in northern Ontario were picked over reserves like his.
24 minutes | a month ago
Death of the ‘zombie’ pipeline and calling out white supremacy in federal politics
Derek Sloan needed to be booted from Conservative caucus. But Erin O’Toole needs to look in the mirror says Pam Palmater. And what about action on the MMIWG inquiry report? That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
The sad, long fight to get justice for survivors of St. Anne’s
Smells, sounds and even her stutter. These trigger Evelyn Korkmaz’s memories of sexual abuse at the former St. Anne’s residential school. It’s something she endures as she fights Ottawa for her medical records. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
First Nations scholar says AFN stuck in old ways, needs to change
Is it time to allow grassroots to vote for AFN national chief? Niigaan James Sinclair says maybe it is. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
23 minutes | 3 months ago
UNDRIP bill is the way forward says minister, while critic says it lacks clarity
The Liberal government recently tabled a new bill that aims to affirm in law the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People – while one critic says the bill lacks clarity. We hear from both sides on this episode of Nation to Nation.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
‘Utter failure’: Expert breaks down internal death report on Sacha Raven Bob
It was an “utter failure” what happened to Sacha Raven Bob. The 12-year-old was neglected for years while before taking her life in 2014. Dr. Kim Snow helps breakdown her death report on this episode of Nation to Nation.
25 minutes | 3 months ago
APTN tours Kenora to see how child welfare system plays out on the streets
Nation to Nation continues a deep dive into the child welfare system. Host Todd Lamirande interviews a Kenora-based psychiatrist who speaks on the fallout the system has created in that Ontario city. That’s on this episode of N2N.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
‘Hypocritical’: Metis Nation of Ontario responds to David Chartrand’s latest attack
In the last episode of Nation to Nation, MMF President David Chartrand said the Metis Nation of Ontario is using trickery to steal Metis identity. This episode the MNO responds to his attack. And it all has to do with the historic Powley Supreme Court decision.
26 minutes | 3 months ago
Tri-council says it’s not leaving Metis National Council, but stalemate continues
The Metis National Council has been divided for more than a year. Now news of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario forming a Tri-Council. But what does it mean to MNC VP David Chartrand? He doesn’t hold any punches. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
‘60s Scoop survivor recalls being ‘Today’s Child’ in newspaper on historic day
There’s a new healing foundation for ‘60s Scoop survivors. The opening ceremony is happening today. But first a reminder of how many Indigenous children were scooped. Pictures in newspapers under the section: Today’s Child. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Ordinary decent reporter: Christopher Curtis explains why he launched The Rover
Journalist Christopher Curtis turned some heads when he quit his job at the Montreal Gazette. But Curtis had a plan. It includes telling in-depth stories about Indigenous people – the right way. That’s on this episode of Nation to Nation.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
From residential school to Saskatchewan legislature: Meet Betty Nippi-Albright
We have a common theme this episode of Nation to Nation. Racism. Find out how one woman overcame it and the fight one group still has. But they all have a new ally in Ottawa.
25 minutes | 4 months ago
NDP’s Singh tells Trudeau: I won’t do your dirty work and trigger an election
Why take a knee if you won’t take a stand? That’s Jagmeet Singh’s message to Justin Trudeau. And, no, the NDP won’t be used as a prop to spark an election. It’s all part of a wide-ranging interview on this episode of Nation to Nation.
27 minutes | 5 months ago
Second wave of COVID-19 crashing into several First Nations communities
The number of COVID-19 outbreaks is increasing on-reserve across Canada. One First Nation has set-up a checkpoint to enforce non-essential travel ban to the northern Manitoba. But an NDP MP says the Manitoba government has done little to help. That's on this episode of Nation to Nation.
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Dear non-Mi’kmaw fishers: Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia have an inherent right to fish, you do not
The Mi’kmaq are the only people with an inherent right to fish in Nova Scotia. It’s privilege for everyone else. The season premiere of Nation to Nation looks into the racism that Mi'kmaw fishers are facing – on and off the water.
27 minutes | 9 months ago
A wide-ranging interview with Marc Miller on making policy in crisis and what’s to come
Ottawa can spend billions in a pandemic, so when will it pay First Nations children what they’re owed for being in care? Minister Marc Miller says that will still take several months. Hear the full interview the on the season finale of Nation to Nation.
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