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Shannon Houle | Controversy over 'Got Land? Thank an Indian' gear and an RCMP response to a walk protesting an Alberta oil spill got Shannon Houle writing about Canada's treaty literacy.
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rabble staff | Recorded on December 10 in Ottawa, for the Red Man Laughing Podcast, Niigaan: In Conversation. takes a looks at year one of Idle No More.
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Steffanie Pinch | Today is the anniversary of the first Idle No More day of action. It's also the perfect time to look back at the tools that Idle No More has used, adapted and created in such a short amount of time.
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Scott Neigh | Jacqueline Fayant talks about her recent efforts bringing together two-spirit women in Edmonton, Alberta.
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Ramsey Hart | MiningWatch encourages rabble readers to support the Algonquins of Barriere Lake's fight to protect their waters, lands and resources from clear-cut logging.
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| Petition The Canadian Government to remove all of the sex discrimination in the Indian Status Registration Provisions of the Indian Act
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George Lessard | "... indigenous peoples in Canada blocking fossil fuel developments are taking the lead in combatting climate change..." Chomsky
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This Week on Media Mornings | A weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.
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This Week on Media Mornings | Media Mornings presents voices breaking down and raising up the need for genuine reconciliation for survivors of Canada's colonial residential school program.
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Fish Lake (Teztan Biny), Tsilhqot'in territory
Dawn Hoogeveen | Taseko claim that the Tsilhqot’in are misinformed about a mine the Indigenous nation vehemently opposes. However, it is Taseko who fundamentally misunderstand Indigenous rights and the answer no.
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The Otesha Project | We must accept each other as part of the same 'stalk,' even though we are separated by political, cultural and economic boundaries.
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Scott Neigh | Darlene Necan, elected leader of a group of grassroots, off-reserve Ojibway people in northwestern Ontario, talks about her people's struggles and about the Biimadasahwin cabin-building project.