News
Corvin Russell | Canada and Quebec are waging a war of attrition on the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, a few hours north of Ottawa. Today we came to Ottawa to show our anger and disgust at this treatment.
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Neskie Manuel and Emma Feltes | Rightwing economist Hernando de Soto Polar and neo-conservative activist Tom Flanagan brought the First Nations Property Ownership conference to Vancouver in October.
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Robert Animikii Horton | In 1928 a government official predicted Canada would end its 'Indian problem' within two generations, and so many federal and provincial acts and actions have tried to follow through with this plan.
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Robert Animikii Horton | I have a dream that one day in our traditional territories coming generations will scarcely recall the time when sacred agreements of partnership and brotherhood faltered.
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Kerry Coast | An arbour has been named and opened on the spot where, in 1910, the chiefs of many B.C. first nations created the ‘Magna Carta’ of their peoples, demanding redress, treaties and certainty.
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Martin Lukacs | First Nations continue to be in last place in Canadian society, and no aboriginal-friendly 2010 Games opening ceremony is going to change that.
Podcast
Citizenshift | How colonial history and modern interference pushes an Algonquin community to blockade a major highway in order to defend its rights.