The Chief of Alderville First Nation and over 250 people gathered at a community information meeting to oppose the McBride mining project.
An Indigenous camp on Crown land near the Canada-U.S. colonial border seeks to stop construction of a 760,000-barrel-per-day tar sands pipeline.
Despite the fact that the Federal Court of Appeal quashed the decision in this instance, it also set up the conditions under which the federal government can approve the pipeline in the future.
Trans Mountain Pipeline project reveals need for reckoning on Indigenous land rights, belated labour day reading, and NAFTA drama.
Evans Yellow Old Woman
An open letter from a Calgary-based coalition calls on Rachel Notley to commit to meaningful reconciliation after declaring she would "build this pipeline!" at Calgary Pride in the Park.
The Federal Court of Appeal decision on Trans Mountain condemns a patronizing consultation process with First Nations. Can Trudeau correct that, and protect the B.C. coast?
David J. Climenhaga
The good news, if you're a believer in the Trans Mountain pipeline, is that the judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal in fact provides a roadmap for completing the project.
Oct 27, 2018
The Alexander Community Centre
960 Silver StreetOttawa , ON
A Panel Discussion with Albert Dumont, Lynn Gehl, Randy Boswell, and Lindsay Lambert
How can there be justice without a profound rejection of Canada's genocidal actions?
As we send our kids back to school, let's make sure our MPPs know that we do not support the politicization of our kids' education.