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| July 12, 2016

Take down centuries of bloody money with Decolonize Now!

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People are standing up for Attawapiskat

When the Attawapiskat chief declared a state of emergency Saturday evening, citing the community's 11 suicide attempts so far in the month of April and 28 recorded attempts in March, he brought attention to a crisis that impacts too many Indigenous communities.

The #OccupyINAC movement, which occupied Indian and Aboriginal Affairs offices in cities across Canada, has successfully moved Federal Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly and Indian Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennet to agree to a meeting.

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Occupations of INAC offices continue in solidarity with Attawapiskat

Photo: Idle No More Toronto Facebook page

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Update: According to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Government of Canada's official twitter page, INAC regional offices in Toronto, Regina, Winnipeg and Gatineau.

The #OccupyINAC group in Winnipeg has released an official statement which you can read here.


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Justice for Berta Cáceres rally condemns Canada's lethal influence in Honduras

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Activists gathered outside Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland's office in downtown Toronto on March 11 to voice their solidarity with Indigenous activists and environmentalists, as well as to condemn the assassination of Indigenous Honduran activist Berta Cáceres.

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On the third anniversary of Idle No More

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