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Brent Patterson | First Nations leaders have written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ask that his government fulfill its pledge to overhaul the review and assessment process for tar sands export pipelines.
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Karl Nerenberg | Apologies, regrets and tears have their value, but for Indigenous Canadians the essential questions are about economic control and power.
Book Review
Christine Smith (McFarlane) | Author Charlie Angus' detailed account of the deliberate denial of human rights to First Nations communities and Shannen Koostachin's fight for the right to education is stunning and a must read.
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Brent Patterson | The Trudeau government has committed to cost-sharing a $30-million all-weather road for the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.
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Billy-Ray Belcourt | Reconciliation can be your something, but it can't be our everything. This world isn't for us anymore, and Indigenous peoples are building ones that can hold all of us.
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Lynn Gehl | Lynn Gehl welcomes Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett to her position and offers some constructive feedback on how to best more forward.
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Historic Kayak Action demands Indigenous Peoples Rights in Paris Climate Accord.
John Dillon | If Canada is serious about learning from Indigenous peoples on caring for Mother Earth, it will have to reconsider core aspects of climate policies it inherited from previous administrations.
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Abra Brynne | Abra Brynne has a personal discovery while discussing food systems policy, the food movement and decolonization.
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rabble staff | Take on reconciliation as your resolution in 2016. Some of rabble's best writers are here to show you how.
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Krystalline Kraus | A high-end-with-no-shame European fashion label, Kokon To Zai, stole the Inuit design and used it as a pattern for a $900 sweater.
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Greg Macdougall | On November 19, the Assembly of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador passed a resolution brought forward by Algonquin chiefs to protect the sacred Akikodjiwan falls site on the Ottawa River.
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Brent Patterson | The review of laws, policies and practices for energy projects must be done in partnership and consultation with Indigenous peoples, to ensure that the Crown is meeting its consultation obligations.