Food Insecurity in Remote Indigenous Communities

A conversation with QNSA’s Northern Food Director

THE TRUTH ABOUT UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE

I identify as a Pakistani-Canadian settler on Turtle Island. As a settler, I acknowledge my privilege and the way I live off and benefit from […]

HEARTBERRY BEADS: BUILDING A BUSINESS AND WELLNESS TOGETHER

In an exclusive MUSE interview, Rachel, a member of Garden River First Nation and Queen’s alum speaks of how the quest for wellness led her to the birth of her jewellery business.

INDIGENIZING YOUR BOOKSHELF

I identify as a Muslim Settler. I am a white-passing Arab Muslim woman who immigrated to Canada from Jordan for post-secondary education. In this case, […]

Oh No, Canada!

Ahnee, Boozhoo, Niin Renee Nindiishnakaaz. This is Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) for, “Hello, my name is Renee.” I am an Indigenous youth, and like many of my […]