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Woman holding test tubes. Image credit: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash
David Suzuki | We need more observational science, but we have to recognize its fundamental weaknesses and inadequacies, and scientists must be careful not to confuse their biases with truths.
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David Suzuki | We're facing a crisis trifecta: COVID-19, climate disruption and plunging oil prices. This is exposing flaws in the systems we've been relying on far beyond their best-before dates.
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Lorenzo Vargas, Amanda Soares | The UN has warned that Indigenous communities in Canada's north are among those most at risk from a changing climate, which threatens their safety and food security.
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Stegyawden (also known as Hagwilget Peak and the Roche de Boule mountain range) looking across the Bulkley River near its confluence with the Skeena River, Hazelton British Columbia, Canada.
David Suzuki | If we had the humility to learn from nature, using an approach called "biomimicry," we would find far more and better solutions.
Book Review
Kahente Horn-Miller | 'Living on the Land: Indigenous Women's Understanding of Place' examines how patriarchy, gender and colonialism have shaped the experiences and knowledge of Indigenous women. Read an excerpt here.
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Janet Newbury | The primary challenge ahead of us is not to imagine possible alternatives to this system that enslaves so many. What we must do now is in fact take the leap, make some commitments, and join the flow.
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Krystalline Kraus | Featuring published authors, storytellers and traditional teachers from the Aboriginal community.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Lynn Gehl talks about her journey of struggle as an Algonquin Anishnabe woman, and the importance of centring Indigenous knowledge.
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This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.
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Needs No Introduction
Leif Larsen | Winona LaDuke, the executive director of Honor the Earth and the White Earth Land Recovery Project, was in Winnipeg on Feb. 24, 2012 to talk at the Growing Local conference.
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Meghan Murphy | This talk, entitled: 'Indigenous Knowledge and Indigenizing the Academy' was recorded by Ryan Saxby Hill at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences on May 31, 2011.
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Krystalline Kraus | Come together to help heal the water on Heal the Water Day, from Friday June 24 to Saturday, June 25, 12 p.m. to 12 p.m.