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Dear Kathleen Wynne, You're right, it's your job. It's your job to stop the cops, stop the violence, stop the discrimination.

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Site C opponents raise a paddle against dam project

July 18, 2016
| On July 9, thousands of people grabbed a paddle to oppose B.C. Hydro's Site C dam. The dam will flood thousands of hectares of prime agricultural land, much of it within Treaty 8 territory.
Length: 19:01 minutes (17.42 MB)
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GroundWire | Splatsin members oppose land transfer, River Run, Community Radio Awards

July 4, 2016
| This episode of GroundWire features the opposition to condos on unceded Algonquin Territory, River Run protest to support Grassy Narrows and more.
Length: 28:14 minutes (25.85 MB)

Condominium development threatens protection of Algonquin sacred site

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The fight to protect the sacred Chaudière Falls from a condominium development is gaining momentum following a massive sacred walk on Friday, June 17.

The sacred walk, which was initiated by Algonquin Elders from Pikwàkanagàn, brought out approximately 500 people on the Friday afternoon.

The day after the sacred march Stop Windmill, a group of non-native student and labour allies, called a rally for Monday, June 27.

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Photo: Sipenkne'katik Warrior Chief Jim Maloney and activist and Water Protector
| June 29, 2016
June 21, 2016 |
PSAC launches its #ThirstyforJustice campaign today that calls on the federal government to provide safe drinking water for all Indigenous Peoples.

'Collaborative consent' or Indigenous rights: Condo development on Ottawa sacred site

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