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Doreen Nicoll | How can I in good conscience participate in a celebration in the face of the continued denial of Indigenous treaty claims and basic human rights?
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Levi Gahman | Students from the Okanagan stand in solidarity with the massacred students in Ayotzinapa.
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Krystalline Kraus | On Monday, September 15, 2014, Harper announced a $25-million, five-year plan which would tackle the issue in "high-risk communities," within the context of the Economic Action Plan 2014 budget.
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Krystalline Kraus | Although Ontario Libertarian candidate Tamara Johnson did not win a seat in the Superior-North riding of Thunder Bay, her words still worry community members.
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Khelsilem Rivers | It is not widely known or reported that the TRC's B.C. event is sponsored by none other than the American energy company Kinder Morgan.
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Chris Wright | Being an ally is hard, but never as hard as being a person who needs allies. I've been on both sides, so to speak.
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Michelle Reid | A summary of these knee-jerk responses that are always trotted out by the masses when indigenous people describe their experiences of racism, and why you should not use them.
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Mike Palecek | The Algonquins of Barriere Lake proudly live on unceded land. They have never signed a treaty or agreed to any of the destruction that is taking place within their traditional territory.
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Rochelle Johnston | Our government needs to put the pieces together and acknowledge that we did try to eliminate First Nations, Metis and Inuit as groups.
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Leanne Betasamosake Simpson | People of all faiths are invited to honour our children and their families by participating in local events associated with the National Day of Prayer #HonourTheApology on July 25.
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Roger Annis | On Saturday the Bell of Batoche was unveiled and formally restored to the Métis people of western Canada at the 128th gathering of the 'Back to Batoche' festival in Batoche, Saskatchewan.
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Sean Carleton | The Lone Ranger rationalizes colonialism, denies Indigenous peoples' agency, and legitimizes the triumph of capitalism in western North America as natural and inevitable.