Nine sudden death cases of Indigenous people in Thunder Bay, Ontario were investigated so poorly that they had to be reinvestigated. But were they able to get it right this time?
November 20, 2023
#937 The Jeffrey Epsteins of Canada
As sexual assault convictions stack up for Peter Nygard, another alleged predator is walking free in Montreal.
November 16, 2023
#77 Yukon’s Path to Indigenous Self-Governance
Often underreported or ignored by national media, the unique and complex issues facing the people who call Yukon home rarely get the attention they deserve.
November 14, 2023
#936 Thunder Bay: Post-Mortem, Part 1
For over five years, Canadaland has been investigating Thunder Bay, Ontario. Specifically, we have been trying to figure out why there were so many unanswered questions around the deaths of Indigenous people in this one Ontario town.
November 13, 2023
#933 Buffy Sainte-Marie: Coincidence or Likely Stories?
It was impossible to look away once CBC released the story and Fifth Estate documentary questioning Buffy Sainte-Marie’s Indigenous identity. How well did the CBC do in its reporting?
November 2, 2023
#881 Death of the Viral News Site
BuzzFeed is going bust and Vice is headed for bankruptcy - is it the end of viral news sites?
May 4, 2023
“I thought this would be about hope. But we’re not at a point of hope yet.”
Instead, canadaLANDBACK offers Indigenous women's stories of resilience
March 13, 2023
That time the RCMP taped themselves planning a “smear campaign”
The new canadaLANDBACK looks at how the Canadian state lost the PR war at Kanesatake, and vowed to never do so again
February 6, 2023
#5 Hacks, Flacks and #Landback
Since 2019 five journalists have been arrested at land defenses, several others have been detained or threatened with arrest - why?
February 6, 2023
#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..