It’s not easy to cover Indian Country. Here’s why you must.


The ferry crossing from Washington state to British Columbia, more than three hours of uninterrupted travel, provided the time and luxury to read the Sunday edition of The Globe and Mail. On that December day in 2019, a story about an Indigenous Metis family dominated the front page, a description of young parents who had lost custody of their three children — all under the age of 5 — and were trapped in a bureaucracy that had traumatized everyone.

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