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Nation to Nation takes a weekly look at the politics affecting Indigenous people in Canada.

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Nation to Nation takes a weekly look at the politics affecting Indigenous people in Canada.

Join us as we connect you with the decision-makers in Ottawa and across the country.

    B.C. justice council report will end violence against Indigenous women: chair

    B.C. justice council report will end violence against Indigenous women: chair

    A new report aims to end violence against Indigenous women, girls and Two-Spirit people.
    Pipeline opponents speak at the Royal Bank of Canada annual general assembly.
    And food insecurity caused by climate change.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 28 min
    Federal government has no excuse for not meeting Jordan’s Principle standards: Blackstock

    Federal government has no excuse for not meeting Jordan’s Principle standards: Blackstock

    Cindy Blackstock says the federal government is not meeting its commitments on Jordan's Principle and First Nations kids are paying the price.
    Nunavut’s premier says there's lots to celebrate as the territory turns 25.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 32 min
    Doctors who perform coerced sterilizations need to be held criminally liable, says senator

    Doctors who perform coerced sterilizations need to be held criminally liable, says senator

    A senator’s private members bill aims to increases consequences for forced sterilization.
     Saskatchewan's opposition to federal carbon tax is out of sync with First Nations who wants to see climate change actions says columnist.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 33 min
    First Nations police say forces struggle while millions go unspent

    First Nations police say forces struggle while millions go unspent

    A commitment by Ottawa to close the First Nations housing gap by 2030 is unrealistic says Canada’s auditor general.
    Karen Hogan's report on the First Nations and Inuit policing program made recommendations similar to those in past audits.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 25 min
    Access to legal services for Indigenous Peoples vital says ALST

    Access to legal services for Indigenous Peoples vital says ALST

    Indigenous-led justice services will soon be more accessible.
    A new set of guidelines will make identifying legitimate Indigenous businesses a little easier.
    Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is having trouble getting federal recognition.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 35 min
    Federal support of First Nations ahead of fire season not enough says chief in B.C.

    Federal support of First Nations ahead of fire season not enough says chief in B.C.

    Climate change and wildfires mean more support is needed for First Nations in British Columbia.
    And the National Advisory Committee on Residential Schools Missing Children and Unmarked Burials held its first community event.
    That’s on Nation to Nation.

    • 28 min

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