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BC Chiefs to Express Support for...

BC Chiefs to Express Support for Eagle Spirit Energy Oil Pipeline in Northern British Columbia
Representing North Central BC, Chief Dan George, Ts’il Kaz Koh First Nation (Burns Lake Indian Band), Chief Archie Patrick, Stellat’en First Nation, and Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs Larry...

Fishing

Kinder-Morgan Begins Test Drilling...

Kinder-Morgan Begins Test Drilling in Unceded Kwantlen Nation Territory
By salishconduit Global oil giant Kinder-Morgan has now begun test drilling bore samples into the ground in Langley BC; on unceded Kwantlen Traditional Territory. No official word has been spoken by...

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Blueberry River First Nations...

Blueberry River First Nations lawsuit threatens Site C
CBCNews The Blueberry River First Nations have launched a legal battle that could affect B.C.’s planned Site C hydroelectric dam, as well as oil and gas development both inside and outside the...

Indian Act

On the Red Road of my Ancestors

On the Red Road of my Ancestors
By wayne (smoke) snellgrove My name is Wayne William Snellgrove. I was born on Fishing Lake First Nation Reserve in Wadena, Saskatchewan and was named Dwayne Ivan Smoke. As a modern day genocide...

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The Canadian court case the...

The Canadian court case the mainstream media will not cover
The Bank of Canada, unlike the Federal Reserve in the U.S., is wholly owned by the people of Canada.  It was nationalized in 1938 and was used very successfully to fund infrastructure, social...

Rights

Why It’s So Hard to Talk to...

Why It’s So Hard to Talk to White People About Racism
By Dr. Robin DiAngelo – goodmenproject.com Dr. Robin DiAngelo explains why white people implode when talking about race. — White Fragility: I am white. I have spent years studying what it...

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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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