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| July 9, 2014

Video: Tar Sands Healing Walk 2014

"You are killing us with your greed."

On June 28, 2014, over 700 people gathered for the 5th and final Athabasca region Healing Walk. The walk sent a clear message that Indigenous Peoples from across Turtle Island are united to protect the land, water, air and all living beings from the destruction of the Tar sands and its pipelines

| July 2, 2014

Best of rabble.ca 2014 launch: the year of living consciously

Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location

The Root Cellar Organic Cafe
623 Dundas Street
London, ON
Canada
42° 59' 20.688" N, 81° 13' 51.4128" W

Join rabble.ca during the 2014 London Regional Social Forum as we launch The Best of rabble.ca 2014 Edition: The Year of Living Consciously!

We will be celebrating the work of our contributors and looking back on the big social movements of the past year. Books will be for sale for $10.

| June 28, 2014

Supreme Court decision acknowledges Aboriginal title over Tsilhqot'in First Nation land

Photo: flickr/Arnaud GD

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The Tsilhqot'in First Nation won a landmark victory today. A Supreme Court of Canada decision granted the B.C. First Nation Aboriginal title over a wide area of traditional territory.

The unanimous 8-0 decision, gives the Tsilhqot'in First Nation rights to more than 1,700 square kilometers of land. The group now has rights to the land, the right to use land and the right to profit from the land.

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| June 26, 2014
| June 24, 2014
| June 24, 2014

B.C. aboriginal communities' simmering fury towards Enbridge and Harper

Photo: flickr/Leadnow Canada

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Where I come from, people will spit at you if they think you support Enbridge. That's because we not only get the pipeline risk, but also the tanker risk, and the inevitable splashes that come with loading diluted bitumen into the tankers, which would mean constant micro-spills. Despite being bombarded with a lot of pretty ads reassuring us that our fears about tanker accidents are unjustified, the world-class tanker-safety system in the Douglas Channel, so far, amounts to one orange plastic triangle nailed to a tree.

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