Editorials

    • Aloha antics

      Social media erupted in righteous indignation recently after the Journal de Montréal and other…

    Under The Northern Sky

    • Your cup of tea

      Tea has been a part of Aboriginal people’s diet across North America since the…
 

IN THE ISSUE

  • Discovering what this year’s Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert had to offer

    Discovering what this year’s Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert had to offer

    April 3, 2015 at 3:11 am

    The best place to see what’s new in health-food and better-living products is the annual Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert, held this year at Montreal’s Palais de Congrès March 20-22. Health food and natural-product industries respond to consumer trends as fickle customers flock towards certain products while rejecting previous..

  • Aboriginal Youth Forum in Montreal creates space for dialogue

    Aboriginal Youth Forum in Montreal creates space for dialogue

    April 3, 2015 at 2:43 am

    “The idea is to work from the bottom up,” said Philippe Tsaronsere Meilleur, executive director of the Montreal Native Community Development Centre (MNCDC), describing the basis for Make Yourself Heard, the first-ever Aboriginal youth forum in Montreal. Kicking off March 21 at the Montreal Science Centre, the forum was designed..

  • Val-d’Or’s homeless day centre struggles to obtain funding to stay open

    Val-d’Or’s homeless day centre struggles to obtain funding to stay open

    March 20, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    Many people in Val-d’Or agree that Willie’s Place is doing great things for homeless people and non-homeless people alike. But the day centre that opened on December 22 was funded with pilot-project money, and the financing runs out on March 31. Even though local businesses circulated a petition to city hall to support the project,..

UPDATES

Waswanipi launches free breakfast program

Waswanipi launches free breakfast program

April 3, 2015 at 2:54 am

Michel Awashish and his friend Waka Hughes – affectionately known as Doctor Waka Waka – recently launched a free breakfast..

HEALTH

Eeyou Istchee TB rates remain among the lowest in Native communities

March 20, 2015 at 9:34 pm

The success of years of tuberculosis prevention and control has left Eeyou Istchee with one of the lowest TB rates among Indigenous..