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By Doug Lett  – Global News A new book seeks to shed light on the unwritten laws used by the Cree and other indigenous peoples. Called Nationhood Interrupted: Revitalizing nêhiyaw Legal...

Fishing

Heiltsuk: Standing-up for First...

Heiltsuk: Standing-up for First Nations Rights
Assembly of First Nations Congratulates Heiltsuk First Nation on Resolving Fishery Dispute The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) today congratulates the Heiltsuk First Nation for their successful stand...

Fracking

No Band Councils or Tribal...

No Band Councils or Tribal Councils have jurisdiction over Unist’ot’en territory
Interview with Freda Huson Friday August 1st 2014 By Brett Rhyno featured on mediacoop.ca An interview with Freda Huson TALBITS KWA, Sovereign Unist’ot’en Territory Since 2010, the...

Indian Act

The most Common thing Aboriginal...

ABORIGINAL RIGHTS
The Everyday message from Indigenous people spoken to the average Canadian. by Ken Paulin One of the most common thing aboriginal people hear from average Canadians whenever the subject about the...

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We have not signed any treaties...

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by Unist’ot’en Camp, July 18, 2015 On july 15th 2015, officers of the Canadian royal mounted police (rcmp) tried to enter Unist’ot’en territory. The Unist’ot’en have built a camp that...

Rights

Taking hold of the Indian trust...

Taking hold of the Indian trust Funds and Bringing our Children Home
with files from Don Marks The number of First Nation children taken into care in Manitoba has surpassed 8,000. This is more than the number of children who were placed in Indian residential schools...

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Oilfield Spill Problems Worsen in...

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by Emily Guerin | netnebraska.org The pipeline that burst earlier this month and spewed oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana made headlines. But just across the border in North Dakota another...

Trust Fund

Taking hold of the Indian trust...

Taking hold of the Indian trust Funds and Bringing our Children Home
with files from Don Marks The number of First Nation children taken into care in Manitoba has surpassed 8,000. This is more than the number of children who were placed in Indian residential schools...
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"We have the warriors that are standing now, willing to go far. We are not here to make requests, We are here to demand attention,"