Tria Donaldson

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Tria Donaldson is a youth activist with roots in the environmental movement, anti-poverty work, and Indigenous Rights. She is currently the Pacific Coast Campaigner at the Wilderness Committee, and volunteering with

The Cohen Commission into salmon farms: A look at disease and aquaculture

The way it should be: The wild salmon run at Adam's River in British Columbia's interior in 2010. Photo: John Biehler/Flickr
The Cohen Commission is an incredible opportunity to get the truth about what is going on in fish farms.

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Top seven reasons unions matter to young people

| August 22, 2013

#J28 Day of Action: It's time to send Harper a message he can't ignore

Change the conversation, support today.

 Our country is at a crossroads. Inspiring social movements are meeting a wall of Conservative spin. The incredible power of the Idle No More movement is being belittled in the mainstream media. Conservative forces are attempting to divide Indigenous voices, and paint the grassroots as out of touch and politically naive.


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Over 30 cities set to rally against 'Black Mark Budget' this Saturday

| June 1, 2012
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Harper Government sticks it to youth with budget 2012

| March 31, 2012
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Saganash's campaign inspired a generation of young Indigenous people

| February 13, 2012
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Is fighting pipelines un-Canadian? Harper thinks so

| December 8, 2011
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Activists fight back against logging rare Coastal Douglas fir

| November 14, 2011
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Canadian company backs down from plans to 'cleanse' Occupy Wall Street -- an on-the-ground report

| October 14, 2011
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Funding uncertainty clouds future of Miller's research

| August 25, 2011
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