While June 21 is a day of celebration, it is important to note that Aboriginal communities face enormous challenges while the Harper Conservative government continues to look the other way.
A speech I gave June 10 at the anti-Harper Welcoming Protest in Ottawa, as hundreds rallied against the Conservative Party Convention.
Who's let in? Who's left out? And why? Does the Canadian government care about how migrants live or just how much they can work?
Dec 13, 2010
Parliament Hill Ottawa
Canada45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
Join the Algonquins of Barriere Lake on Parliament Hill as they demand the Harper government reject the use of section 74 and respect the community's vision for environmental protection.
Wake up Canada. This is our civil rights movement.
Canada has recently chosen to endorse the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Is it time yet to celebrate?
No One Is Illegal
Indigenous and migrant justice organizers reflect on repression and criminalization in Canada 20 years since Oka, in the wake of the G20 protests in Toronto.
The Council for Canadians brings together world leaders in social justice and the environment for Shout Out for Global Justice! Join us at Massey Hall Friday or watch exclusive livestream on rabble.
Needs No Introduction
Chief Billy Diamond of the Waskaganish First Nation shares memories of his childhood in this keynote address on northern native families.
The aftermath of the RBC bank bombing and the repercussions on First Nations communities.