Indigenous language revitalization and child care

By Binesi Boulanger Indigenous peoples have a troubled relationship with the systems that have been imposed by settler colonial populations. The imposition of education through the residential school system was devastating to Indigenous peoples, with the legacy living… Read More

The Pallister Government and the Path to Reconciliation Act

By Shauna MacKinnon On Friday May 26, I attended an impromptu event organized by supporters of the North Point Douglas Women’s Centre.  The event was held to show support for the Centre, which was reeling from the news… Read More

Reconciliation Lives Here: The State of the Inner City Report 2016

Artwork by Kenneth Lavallee, Blanket Project Main and Logan 2016 By Niigaan Sinclair, Tamara Margaret Dicks, Timothy Maton, This year’s State of the Inner City Report tackles arguably the most important issue of our time: healing and reconciling… Read More

Don’t cut Neighbourhoods Alive!

By Jim Silver The provincial government has halted funding for Neighbourhoods Alive! This is a serious mistake. Neighbourhoods Alive! (NA) is a provincial government program that funds community development initiatives in thirteen low-income urban areas in Manitoba, including… Read More