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Emma Lui | The Yukon Party government's recent decision to allow fracking in the Liard basin in southeast Yukon has reignited resolve in the territory to protect the lakes and rivers from fracking.
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MUSKRAT Magazine | The IPCC report confirms what Indigenous people have been warning for years: if we don't respect the relationship between humans and the natural world, catastrophic impacts will result.
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Harsha Walia | In the face of unrelenting corporate development and encroachment onto Indigenous territories, grassroots movements are persistently mobilizing against the various tentacles of the tar sands industry.
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Krystalline Kraus | A delegation of Anishinaabe youth, joined by nearly two dozen Anishinabe and non-Indigenous supporters carrying protest signs and banners, deliver a letter and a set of demands to Weyerhaeuser.
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Krystalline Kraus | This is not the first time land defenders of the Mi'kmaq territory have erected blockades in an attempt to protect their traditional territories from corporate mining and resource acquisition threats.
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Joseph Leivdal | Today a movement is building to resist resource extraction. There are those who argue we need resource extraction for jobs, yet there are no jobs on a dead planet and no green jobs under capitalism.
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| A zine dedicated to information and education on colonization and decolonizing action.
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Andrea Palframan | First Nations are bringing their cases before the Canadian judiciary and standing as a formidable barrier against the Harper government's fossil fuel expansion agenda.
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rabble staff | Reclaim Turtle Island released this new short documentary on the Indigenous resistance to the pipelines to the East.
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Stuart Trew | From August 10 to 16, Brenda Sayers of Hupacasath First Nation will be touring Ontario and Quebec to rally support for the Hupacasath court case challenging the Canada-China FIPA.
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| An Attempt to Eliminate Indigenous Peoples Through Assimilation
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Krystalline Kraus | Two new Idle No More activists began fasting to bring attention to Mi’kmaq issues out on the East Coast on March 1, 2013 and continued for almost two weeks.