Sabina Dennis stands her ground as police dismantle the barricade to enforce the injunction filed by the Coastal Gaslink pipeline at the Gidimt’en checkpoint near Houston, B.C., on January 7, 2019. The pipeline company was given a permit but the Office of the Wet’suwet’en, which has jurisdiction over the territory in question, has never given consent Photo: Amber Bracken

Through an Indigenous Lens

How protest news frames Indigenous movements across Canada
An illustrated collage of many faces of missing and murdered people

Missing, Murdered and the Media

Why journalists must cover Indigenous stories better
Indigenous Journalism with [ ] Review of Journalism photo

Revisiting Indigenous Stories in the Review

The Review regularly tackles stories about Indigenous representation in the news – here is a sampling of the publication’s work since 2016 featuring Indigenous voices, stories, or writers.

Hidden History

Voices lost in time are found in a new form.