Palmater argues that the federal government has failed to meet its obligations under the treaties signed with Canada's Aboriginal peoples.
In the third and final instalment of the series, Michael Stewart describes the Tar Sands Healing Walk itself, a gruelling 17 km trek through the Suncor and Syncrude development sites.
In the face of relentless impunity, an articulation of Israel as a settler-colonial state with deep ties to other settler-colonial states like Canada can compel and embolden meaningful allyship.
My week in late June began by shaking the hand of President Obama. It ended by interviewing First Nations and Métis living in the heart of the Athabasca Tar Sands.
First Nations constitute the most vocal and militant opposition to the Canadian state and arguably, Canadian capitalism. Is it legitimate to call this class struggle?
In the second of the series, Michael Stewart illuminates the focus on water in the fifth and final Athabasca Tar Sands Healing Walk.
To hear some people talk, the Tsilhqot'in decision spells the end of "modern democracy." Chelsea Vowel tackles this fear-mongering and the western liberal myth of a "level playing field."
Two men from the Mi'kmaq Warrior Society have been charged and found guilty after Royal Canadian Mountain Police raided their anti-fracking warrior camp on October 17, 2013.
This documentary focuses on the resistance to pipelines in relation to Indigenous sovereignty and the environmental, legal and social issues surrounding pipeline projects in B.C.
Jul 29, 2014 to Jul 31, 2014
Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W
Water is sacred. Defend Indigenous sovereignty. Walk with Grassy Narrows for clean water and Indigenous rights.