In this issue
Reclaiming the Story of Toronto
Introducing the Indigenous Toronto Issue.
Seeing Myself in ‘Indigenous Toronto’
A new anthology traces the Indigenous history of this city, from pre-contact to present day.
Emerging from the Long Shadow of Canada’s Indian Hospitals
From racially segregated hospitals to signs of Indigenous self-determination in health care.
From Six Nations to Christie Pits and Back
Moving to Toronto was overwhelming. But this foreign city is just another part of the lands my ancestors have existed on for generations.
Honouring Black-Indigenous Bloodlines
For urban gardener Isaac Crosby, being Anishinaabe and Black is a double blessing.
Rewriting the Colonial History of Toronto, One Streetcar at a Time
Indigenous artist Philip Cote’s collaboration with the TTC is about much more than improving the morning commute.