• April Murphy, an Adult Basic Education student at VIU Cowichan, has gone from being unable to read to her children to becoming a leader in her classes. Photo Credit: Vancouver Island University

    From Homeless to Helping Others: VIU Cowichan Student April Murphy’s Story

  • The 2018 Indspire Award Recipients

  • Danny and Alicja in Nanaimo BC photo by Pat Beaton

    The Last Prayer

  • Gone Flying

  • Leading by Example Exceeding Personal Expectations

  • FNESS Youth Engagement Initiative – Fire Prevention: Be a Firefighter



The 2018 Indspire Award Recipients

Arts Greg Hill Kanyen’kehaka, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ontario Over nearly thirty years of work as an… Read more »

The Last Prayer

In Memory of Alicja Rozanska Woke up at midnight last month after sleeping four hours and was not sure if… Read more »

The Mountain Money (Op-Ed)

Hannah’s a freelance writer who writes for First Nations Drum. The story you’re about to read is her perspective on… Read more »

Siksika First Nation Evacuates Members from Sudden Wild Fires

  Siksika First Nation – Wild Fires forced the evacuation in approximately 8 or more communities across Southern Alberta on… Read more »

A True Water Protector

  Though Autumn Peltier just turned 13-years-old, this young girl has already made quite the impact with her views on… Read more »

Editorial: Thoughts on Reconciliation

A Journalism student, also host of Avocado Days a one-hour show on Calgary’s 90.9 CJSW FM Radio Reconciliation, in it’s… Read more »

Walk for Reconciliation 2017

  A Historic Moment This is a historic moment for all of us. 2017 is a year of significant reflection… Read more »