Gloria Galloway, The Globe and Mail

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Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Gloria:

Ontario doctor Gordon Perkin became a giant in public health

A onetime contraceptives salesman, he later worked for the Gates Foundation, where he distributed almost $5-billion for the well-being of women and children around the world → Read More

Federal government signs first-ever Métis self-governance agreements

The agreements, signed with the Métis Nation of Alberta, the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan, and the Provisional Council of the Métis Nation Ontario, mark a significant step toward independence and self-determination → Read More

Thunder Bay police to review nine Indigenous deaths in response to independent report

Police chief says cases will be handed over to three-tiered oversight body comprised of local First Nations leaders and outside investigators → Read More

Inaction on sewage leak angers North Caribou Lake First Nation in Northern Ontario

Chief of Northern Ontario community says raw waste still an issue despite ‘meetings and meetings’ with Ottawa → Read More

Military sexual-assault trials have high acquittal rate despite zero-tolerance policy, study finds

According to the study – conducted by Dalhousie University professor Elaine Craig – even soldiers charged with violent sex crimes are sometimes allowed to plea guilty for lesser offences, often walking away with nothing more than a fine → Read More

Lawyer making a bid for Ontario law society’s top job defends her record

Chi-Kun Shi leads a slate of 22 StopSOP benchers who oppose mandatory racial equality measures for the province’s lawyers and paralegals → Read More

Trudeau vows action on MMIWG, stops short of calling deaths a genocide

Chief Commissioner Marion Buller says testimony from victims’ families led her to the ‘inescapable conclusion’ that a genocide is being perpetrated against Canada’s First Peoples → Read More

Inquiry finds ‘raced-based genocide’ of Indigenous people in Canada

Scathing report, years in the making, says the murder and disappearance of thousands of Indigenous women is a product of an apathetic Canadian society → Read More

Methadone: the double-edged sword wreaking havoc in Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay has the highest number of people on methadone in Ontario, and it is the drug most often detected in the city’s overdose deaths. → Read More

B.C. landowners not being told property could go to First Nation

Two B.C. First Nations have active land claims covering parts of the province where the Crown, long ago, granted parcels of their traditional territory to private landowners → Read More

World’s first Indigenous Theatre will bring first people’s languages to national audience

The theme of the first season is the strength, beauty and resilience of Indigenous women → Read More

Philpott says she is considering running as a New Democrat, a Green, or an independent

“I have some decisions to make in the next few weeks as to whether or not I will run again federally. At the moment, the door is closed to me running as a Liberal,” she told CTV’s Question Period in a show that aired on Sunday → Read More

Ottawa vows to fix lagoon spewing sewage into North Caribou Lake First Nation

Minister Seamus O’Regan says he’s 'deeply concerned about the situation,’ while chief Dinah Kanate says an official previously told her there was no money for a quick repair → Read More

Wilson-Raybould battled with Bennett over Indigenous rights framework

She says her departure from the Liberal government does not mean reconciliation efforts have ended → Read More

Northwestern Ontario First Nation asks Ottawa for help as sewage threatens water supply

After declaring a state of emergency when a lagoon burst, North Caribou Lake is still waiting on the government to fix the problem → Read More

Grand Chief presses Thunder Bay mayor, other politicians for commitment to fight racism

Alvin Fiddler, the Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) says the only way to make progress is for the leadership to acknowledge the issues and unite to fight it → Read More

Hate and hope in Thunder Bay: A city grapples with racism against Indigenous people

In this Ontario city, racism against Indigenous people has taken a deadly toll. Police and political leaders are being asked to do better. How they respond could shape the future of reconciliation in Canada → Read More

Government to spend billions less for disabled veterans, budget watchdog says

Parliamentary Budget Officer reports on payments to former soldiers → Read More

Rwanda, 25 years later: A primer on the genocide and Canada’s mission

In 1994, an African nation’s long-simmering ethnic tensions boiled over, and more than 800,000 people were killed. Here’s how it happened → Read More

Library and Archives Canada buys book owned by Hitler

The book, which hints at Nazi plans for North America, was purchased from an American bookseller for US$4,500 → Read More