Apr 27, 2013

Toxic Tour to expose mining practices

On April 29, British Columbia’s mining companies will have a gala celebration at Canada Place in Vancouver to kick off BC Mining Week 2013. The Mining Justice Alliance also has plans for the week.
Jan 26, 2013

The high stakes of Indigenous resistance

Pierre Beaudet
Geneviève Beaudet
The blossoming of the Idle No More movement signals the return of Indigenous resistance to the political and social landscape of Canada and Quebec.
Jan 6, 2013

The politics of wages

Nora Loreto
Debunking the right-wing assault on Theresa Spence's salary.
Jan 3, 2013

Idle No More Kamloops in Aberdeen mall

On Dec. 30 around 11:30 a.m., a group of Indigenous people and some non-Indigenous supporters took over the area below the escalators at Aberdeen Mall in Kamloops, B.C. in an Idle No More flash mob.
Dec 31, 2012

Defending the Land Dispatch: Dec. 14, 2012

Victory over mining in northern BC, Grat Lakes Garbage Patch has been revealed as toxic sludge flows into rivers. Anti-Sludge Warrior Maureen Riley died but the battle goes on! And more!
Thu, 12/27/2012

Idle No More

Idle No More calls on all people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills Indigenous sovereignty which protects the land and water. Colonization continues through attacks to Indigenous rights and damage to the land and water. We must repair these violations, live the spirit and intent of the treaty relationship, work towards justice in action, and protect Mother Earth.

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Dec 26, 2012

Idle No More: Interview with Darla Goodwin

The F Word
The F Word's Ariana Barer and Charlene Sayo interview Darla Goodwin, the Vancouver representative of Idle No More, about the national movement for Indigenous rights in Canada.
Nov 7, 2012
Needs No Introduction

Keira-Dawn Kolson at Powershift 2012

Needs No Introduction
Tso'Tine-Gwich'in youth Keira-Dawn Kolson spoke about the effect "resource development" has on her people.
Oct 21, 2012

Too many First Nations women ending up in jail

Indigenous women make up 4per cent of the population as a whole. Yet they form one third of the federal prison population. A recent report examines why so many First Nations women are incarcerated.


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