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Redeye Collective | The B.C. government is determined to flood thousands of acres of farmland and traditional territories in the Peace River valley. A court challenge may be the only way to stop the Site C dam.
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Redeye Collective | Last month, the Department of Fisheries and Ocean declared a surprise opening of a herring fishery on the Central Coast that has been closed for nine years, without consulting the local First Nation.
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Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Karl Nerenberg | If Harper wants to keep his bored government busy by changing the rules for future governments, he has better choices than a hypocritical balanced budget law. He could ban omnibus bills, for a start.
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Naty Atz Sunuc (far left)
Rachel Warden | International Women's Day is an opportunity to celebrate the amazing women in our lives. Naty Atz Sunuc is one of these remarkable women.
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Photo: Robert Linsdell/flickr
David Suzuki | Shoal Lake 40 First Nation sits on Winnipeg's main drinking water supply, but the community has been on a boil-water advisory for decades. This is a national shame and must be resolved immediately.
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Victoria Fenner | Listen to Chief Derek Nepinak, Grand Chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, speak at the Peoples' Social Forum in Ottawa, August 21- 24, 2014.
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Redeye Collective | Two weeks ago a delegation from Manitoba traveled to Geneva, Switzerland to urge the United Nations to challenge Canada’s record on the human right to water.
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Idle No More rally in Halifax's Grand Parade
Christopher Majka | There are seldom moments of sheer magic in the world but one certainly took place on January 11, 2012 in the Grand Parade in Halifax. Kisu'lk looked down on Idle No More and beheld a great thing.
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Ben Powless | Seven youth took part in a historic march across the country to raise awareness of Aboriginal issues and challenge Canada to listen to Aboriginal voices.
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Pamela Palmater | In the year 2012, we STILL have Canadians who believe it is acceptable to profit from or completely ignore the blatant racism being perpetrated against Indigenous peoples.
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Jamie Kneen | Every one of the federal government’s claims regarding the new Environmental Assessment Act is specious, disingenuous, or plain old horse exhaust.
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Samantha Sarra | This morning, members and supporters of the Musqueam First Nation plan to block a major bridge in Vancouver as part of their effort to save their burial grounds from a condo development.