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micbery | Opponents of the Enbridge pipeline gathered at the National Energy Board Joint Panel hearings at the Comox Rec Centre.
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Photo: Delores Broten
Delores Broten | Speaker after speaker poured out their passionate pleas to an impassive panel at the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline hearings in Comox, B.C., on March 30 and 31.
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Ruby Pratka | Attawapiskat and Mishkeegogamang are among the 112 reserves, out of 633, where the water is not considered safe to drink, according to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
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Aerial view of KI land. Photo: Allan Lissner
Laura Lepper | Without consent or consultation, God's Lake Resources, a junior gold exploration company, trespassed by exploring on Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) lands and is now threatening to drill.
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David Schulze | Clear evidence contradicts the commentators who insist that the problems of remote First Nations can never be solved, that no amount of money will make things better.
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Pamela Palmater | War and Peace -- those were the two symbols that kept popping into my mind as I watched the Canada-First Nations Gathering in Ottawa on January 24, 2012.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | The signing of the Fraser Declaration on the part of First Nations in Alberta and the Northwest Territories marks a high point in a series of actions directed at the National Energy Board hearings.
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Robert Lovelace | On January 24 a gathering will take place in Ottawa that will define a point in our shared history where, as a nation, Canada will either succeed or fail. Personally, I am not optimistic.
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Photo: Jens Wieting; Tree with ocean
Caitlyn Vernon | We are under attack. By our own government, flanked by the oil industry. I don't know how else to describe it.
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Robert Animikii Horton | My Friends and Relatives, we must get beyond the common negative attitudes and normalized destructive philosophies that are defining our relationships with each other.
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Pamela Palmater | When advocating for First Nations is considered a national security risk -- and how I found out how government surveillance pertains to me.
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Pamela Palmater | The community members of Attawapiskat have shown that Indigenous power is in our people and even children can stand up to bullies and make change for their communities.