Trevor's Latest Articles
Tracking how Indigenous communities are affected by Trans Mountain
The Discourse, APTN and HuffPost Canada launch #TrackingTransMountain, a database that digs into what’s really happening with Indigenous consultation for the controversial project.
Legal heroin needed to save lives and money, experts say
Canada’s health minister announced support for prescription heroin, but Ottawa still won’t consider decriminalizing hard drugs — a step that experts say would further reduce overdose deaths.
Q&A: Ojibway artist on what it’s like to visualize addiction and trauma
Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley, the illustrator for Discourse’s #KidsofAddiction series, talks his art and inspiration.
What happens when a child loses a parent to an overdose
One family’s struggle to find mental health support in the aftermath of addiction.
Kids of addiction
What my father’s overdose death taught me.
Addictions expert Mark Haden: ‘It’s not a fentanyl crisis — it’s a policy crisis’
In this Q&A, Haden explains why regulating illegal drugs will reduce overdose deaths, and how psychedelics could help heal addiction.
Why consent from the entire community is crucial when it comes to getting First Nations’ approval for resource projects
Dear young Indigenous writers, I owe you an apology
I’m an Indigenous journalist who wasn’t offended by the cultural “appropriation prize.” Here’s why.
Pacific Northwest LNG court battle: ‘At jeopardy is our whole tribal system’
Interpreting Indigenous law in a western court system is like ‘trying to put a circle in a square,’ says the Gitwilgyoots Tribe, one of two governing systems for the Coast Tsimshian people.