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#4 Do You Hear The Children Sing?
Land claims can take generations to settle. Sometimes communities lose patience, sometimes development forces them to take a stand or risk losing their land forever. Barricades have become a familiar scene in Canada. The land issue is rarely settled when barricades come down. Instead the community is left with court cases, post traumatic stress, and unresolved human rights issues. Some of those people are children..
CANADALAND
#840 The Taking of Wood Buffalo
The largest National Park in Canada is Wood Buffalo, currently celebrating its 100th anniversary. But the people who inhabited it for thousands of years before that want it back. Brandi Morin travels to Wood Buffalo (and to Fort MacMurray and to Fort Chipewyan) to tell the real story of the Dene, the Cree, and the land they were expelled from to make way for Wood Buffalo National Park. 
“What if Reconciliation’s not a warm hug?”
The newest instalment of canadaLANDBACK contemplates a future of increasingly radical resistance to colonization
How did calling armed police on First Nations become normalized?
canadaLANDBACK returns to examine the modern history of land actions, and what it means for the next generation if longstanding disputes remain...
How Sasquatch was stolen
And how the Coast Salish people stole it back
Short Cuts
#813 A Manhunt in the Prairies
An on-the-ground account of what it has been like to cover the Saskatchewan stabbing spree.
“The headlines die, and so do the children”
Cindy Blackstock on the need to keep up pressure
CANADALAND
#800 Cindy Blackstock’s Long Game
Cindy Blackstock was always aware that Indigenous children in Canada were treated differently, that their mistreatment and deaths were accepted as the status quo. This is the story of what she did about it.
What Terry Glavin overlooked
The confirmations of graves at residential schools have made an abstract horror specific and tangible. And that tangibility is what Glavin's piece...
Short Cuts
#785 Reckoning With Reckoning
Denials of the unmarked graves at residential school sites push through to the mainstream. And a new report shows that journalists' mental health is in jeopardy. Dani Paradis co-hosts.