Honouring the lives of loved ones lost

Courtesy Diane Yeung On the day devoted to love, Montreal’s downtown was painted in red. Red banners, red signs and red handprints – all symbolizing the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Trans and 2SLGBTQ+ (MMIWG2ST) movement. On Monday, February 14, hundreds responded to an invitation by the Native Women’s

The pain of not knowing what happened

COURTESY JUSTICE FOR TIFFANY MORRISON FACEBOOK PAGE On the 15th anniversary of Tiffany Morrison’s death, her family continues to search for answers and justice. Her older sister Melanie Morrison has made it her mission to keep her face and story in the public awareness sphere to help find the person responsible for

Kanesatake filmmaker recognized by peers

As an Indigenous filmmaker, it was important for Bonspille-Boileau to include as many people from her community as possible. (COURTESY SONIA BONSPILLE-BOILEAU) [apss_share] Dear Readers: As an essential service that is still open during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Eastern Door is fighting hard to keep news like this flowing, in our print product,

Missing and murdered dialogues in Quebec

Melanie Morrison, commissioners Michèle Audette, Gerri-Lee Mcpherson-Pangman and Corley McPherson in Quebec. (courtesy Melanie Morrison) [apss_share] The national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) started a series of the guided dialogues to identify gaps in truth gathering process and to develop specific recommendations for the final report last