Podcast
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.
Blog
Pamela Palmater | If the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights will not use the term genocide to describe what Canada has done to Indigenous peoples in Canada, then its own credibility will be called into question.
Blog
Katy Quinn | Now is the time for honest conversations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people about our shared history -- and the Nation to Nation Bike Tour creates a space for these conversations.
RabbleTV
Zack Embree | On July 5th and 6th, hundreds of people came together from coast to coast to join First Nations and Metis in the Healing Walk.
Blog
Matt Schaaf | Matt Schaaf, Programs Coordinator at The Otesha Project, looks forward to bigger and better collaboration between indigenous sovereignty activists and urban-based green warriors this summer.
RabbleTV
Greg Macdougall | Murray Sinclair speaks about the process of the Commission gathering testimonies from residential school survivors.
RabbleTV
rabble staff | Streaming live from Toronto, this event is part of a day of programming and the 3rd installment of The Silence is broken: Now What?
Podcast
Redeye Collective | On April 29, British Columbia’s mining companies will have a gala celebration at Canada Place in Vancouver to kick off BC Mining Week 2013. The Mining Justice Alliance also has plans for the week.
Blog
A protester outside hearings for the Matoush uranium project in Mistissini sends
Ramsey Hart | For over five years now the Coalition has been pushing an agenda of mining reforms in Quebec.
Blog
Ron Plain - Photo: abcleaders.org
Ethan Cox | Ron Plain is the only person in Canada facing legal charges for their role in Idle No More, and is struggling to fund his legal defence against the charges.
News
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Eden Robinson | This is awkward, Stephen. But I think we both need to stop tiptoeing around the issue and just bring it up.
Blog
Pierre Beaudet, Geneviève Beaudet | The blossoming of the Idle No More movement signals the return of Indigenous resistance to the political and social landscape of Canada and Quebec.