News
Mìwàte's dazzling lights distract from the dam that imprisons the falls. Photo: Dr. Julie Comber
Dr. Julie Comber | There is an appropriate and inappropriate way to celebrate the sacred Akikodjiwan (Chaudière Falls) through art
Blog
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Lynn Gehl | Truth and Reconciliation events this weekend need to better acknowledge the Algonquin Anishinaabeg issue in Ontario.
RabbleTV
Greg Macdougall | Speak out against the plan to build condos on scared Algonquin land.
Book Review
Mara Munro | Fractured Homeland is Bonita Lawrence's stirring account of the Algonquins' 20-year struggle to reclaim their traditional territories.
News
Protest in Ottawa by the Algonquin people protesting the mining at Barriere, Dec. 2010. Photo: alienbeatpoet/Flickr
Krystalline Kraus | The Algonquin community of Barriere Lake, Quebec, has for weeks been confronting a new threat to their unceded indigenous territory and a lack of respect for previous agreements.
RabbleTV
Algonquins of Barriere Lake vs. Section 74 of the Indian Act
rabbleTV | Barriere Lake Solidarity's video highlights the struggle by the Algonquins of Barriere Lake (ABL) against the Canadian government's imposition of Section 74 of the Indian Act.
News
Bridget Tolley, right, with a poster of her mother, Gladys Tolley, who was struck and killed by a police car in Quebec in 2001. Photo: Bridget Tolley
Alex Hundert | Algonquin elder Gladys Tolley was killed by a police car driving through the Kitigan Zibi reserve in Quebec in 2001. Her daughter began a fight for answers that is being ignored by authorities.
News
Martha Troian | The battle for Beaver Pond Forest, near Ottawa, has started, with the clear cutting of this 1,100-hectare wilderness. First Nations say the forest is of historic and spiritual significance.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Algonquin Daniel Bernard "Amikwabe" set up a camp to keep a Sacred Fire burning round the clock next to the entrance of the Beaver Pond forest in Kanata.
News
Corvin Russell | Canada and Quebec are waging a war of attrition on the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, a few hours north of Ottawa. Today we came to Ottawa to show our anger and disgust at this treatment.
Podcast
Citizenshift | How colonial history and modern interference pushes an Algonquin community to blockade a major highway in order to defend its rights.