|Podcast Scott Neigh | Jean-Claude Basque talks about the New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice and its multiple campaigns against poverty.|
Activist Communique: Traditional Longhouse Erected in Support of the Mi’kmaq and Elsipogtog First NationsKrystalline Kraus | In support of their kin in the front lines of the anti-fracking demonstrations against SouthWestern Energy Company (SWN Resources), a traditional Indigenous longhouse has been erected,
|Blog Krystalline Kraus | What if all the money, officers and resources were redirected from police actions against First Nations communities towards bringing justice to missing and murdered Indigenous women?|
|Blog John Bennett | The RCMP dawn raid on Elsipogtog was the opening salvo in a war on the Mi’kmaq and other First Nations who would hold up energy/resource extraction in Canada.|
|Blog Âpihtawikosisân | Chelsea Vowel provides some excellent resources on the RCMP's raid on a peaceful blockade by members of the Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq First Nation (ignoring the many colonialist voices in the media).|
Activist Communique: Member of the Mi'kmaq Warrior Society may lose his leg after RCMP attack (Updated)Krystalline Kraus | Following a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) raid on the Mi’kmaq Warrior Society and the Mi’kmaq and Elsipogtog First Nations, reports of injuries are emerging from the Thursday morning raid.
|Blog George Lessard | The Dene Nation stands in full support of the Elsipogtog community and leadership in their defence against fracking and shale gas development within their traditional territory.|
|Blog Pamela Palmater | The recent Indigenous actions coiniciding with the throne speech and James Anaya's visit demonstrate that the Idle No More flame lit last year has never faded. And the solution has always been there.|
|RabbleTV rabble staff | APTN has a reporter on the ground in New Brunswick covering the RCMP raid of the anti-fracking blockade. Tune in for latest coverage.|
|News rabble staff | Supporters celebrated the news on Saturday that Tarek Loubani and John Greyson were freed on Saturday from the Cairo prison where they have been held without charge since August 16.|
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This Week on Media Mornings: Energy East pipeline, Anti-Nuclear, Sammy Yatim killing & police historyThis Week on Media Mornings | A weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.