Story of Cheryl Black
Cheryl Lynn Black, also known as Cheryl Ford, was killed when she was 46. She was found in a burning dumpster in Old Strathcona, Alberta,...
Through the stories of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls (MMIWG) and children, we are able to gain perspective on the violence faced by the communities.
Generations of Canadians have gone through life unaware of residential schools, the historical and ongoing effects of the Indian Act, the significance of treaties, or the contributions of Indigenous Peoples to Canada's mosaic.