Book Review
Image: "Treaty Number Seven," painting by Bruce A. Stapleton. Chief Crowfoot addresses Commissioner David Laird seated at the centre and Commissioner James Macleod seated to his left. Jean L’Heureux stands beside Macleod. Source: Saskatoon Public Library Local History Room/Glenbow-Alberta Archives, NA-40-1
Sarah Boivin | Sheldon Krasowski's dense history uses primary documents and eyewitness accounts to further prove what First Nations have always insisted: their lands were never surrendered to the Crown.
Activist Toolkit
| A list of traditional territories upon which our major cities were built.
News
Photo: flickr/Paul Bica
Christina Turner | An event in Toronto last week sought to educate residents of Toronto on the city's layered treaty history, one that is frequently ignored in official accounts of Toronto's past.
News
Photo: flickr/ Caleb Roenigk
A. Splawinski | Ontario wants students to learn more about Indigenous culture. Kelly Crawford is an author who is working to develop educational materials that take on the systemic issues that Indigenous people face.
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Photos: Liam Coo Jumblies Theater (used with permission)
Megan Devlin | rabble.ca reporter Megan Devlin attended the Toronto stop of Train of Thought, an artistic journey across Canada exploring treaties and decolonization.
RabbleTV
rabble staff | Viola Thomas (Anemki Wedom) spoke on reconciliation at the Peoples Social Forum in August. Watch the rebroadcast.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | The numbered treaty system on Turtle Island/Canada consists of 11 treaties which were created -– some Indigenous nations feels unfairly –- between 1871 and 1921.
Podcast
Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | We highlight the inspiring resistance by womyn to the tar sands, KXL, and Line9, then update on the anti-fracking actions in NB, talk about sci-fi Debt and more!
Activist Toolkit
| A treaty, a Wampum belt and a broken promise.
Blog
Photo: Emma Pullman
Emma Pullman | While many Canadians were celebrating the 146th anniversary of this country, Emma Pullman was reading about Treaties 6 and 8, which address the tar sands.
Podcast
Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio, Grand River Media Collective | Updates on SwampLine9 pipeline blockade +related country wide solidarity. Anti-fracking actions in Elsipogtog + near the Maine border. Border security news + Haudenosaunee Sovereignty and more!
Blog
Nora Loreto | Idle No More is compelling partly because it is so complex. It implicates everyone living in Canada. If we have ancestors who lived here, it implicates them too.