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Indigenous solidarity Call to take...

Indigenous solidarity Call to take action
If we unite and act now,,  this is a way to empower the courageous Unist’ot’en. By Ken Paulin I have taken the liberty to contact the human rights organization IHRAAM and inquired if...

Fishing

First Nations Reject $1 Billion In...

First Nations Band Rejects $1 Billion In 1st Stage Of LNG Vote
PORT SIMPSON, B.C. – The first of three votes on a natural gas benefit offer worth over $1 billion has been unanimously rejected by a First Nation on British Columbia’s northwest coast....

Fracking

First Nations Reject $1 Billion In...

First Nations Band Rejects $1 Billion In 1st Stage Of LNG Vote
PORT SIMPSON, B.C. – The first of three votes on a natural gas benefit offer worth over $1 billion has been unanimously rejected by a First Nation on British Columbia’s northwest coast....

Indian Act

Harvey McCue says it’s time...

Prayer time
The 180 | with Jim Brown | CBCNews For decades, Canada’s First Nations have been dealing with the fallout of residential schools. But now, educator Waubageshig (Harvey McCue) says it’s...

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We have not signed any treaties...

rcmp blocked from entering
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

Harper pushing First Nations to...

Harper pushing First Nations to give up land rights for oil and gas profits
Martin Lukacs – theguardian.com The Harper government is trying to win support for its pipelines and resource agenda by pushing First Nations to sideline their aboriginal rights in exchange for...

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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,"