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Michael Stewart | In the third and final instalment of the series, Michael Stewart describes the Tar Sands Healing Walk itself, a gruelling 17 km trek through the Suncor and Syncrude development sites.
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Michael Stewart | In the second of the series, Michael Stewart illuminates the focus on water in the fifth and final Athabasca Tar Sands Healing Walk.
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Michael Stewart | This weekend, the Keepers of the Athabasca and their allies will host the fifth and final annual Tar Sands Healing Walk -- an eight-hour tour of the massive Tar Sands development sites.
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Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois | Last week, accompanied by some dozen other Quebecois activists, I visited Fort McMurray, Alberta. What I saw and heard there moved me deeply.
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Emma Pullman | The 4th Annual Healing Walk against the Tar Sands shows that the fight against the tar sands is a fight for the land, the water, and for those who can't speak for themselves.
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Brigette DePape | This is not a traditional protest, but a walk led by First Nations communities to call for an end of the destruction of the oil sands, and to start the healing.
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Clayton Thomas-Muller | This year's Healing Walk will be number four, which in many native circles is a very significant number: four directions, four nations of the earth.
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Emma Pullman | Emma Pullman is writing stories from impacted communities on the front lines of the tar sands in the lead up to the 4th Annual Healing Walk. Here is her first entry in this new series.
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rabble staff | The 4th annual Healing Walk is an opportunity for people from all walks of life to join First Nations, Metis and local people in a spiritual gathering that will focus on healing the land and people.
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John Bennett | John Bennett talks mix tapes and toxic waste water spills as he takes a nostalgic look at what the Healing Walks organized by the Keepers of the Athabasca are meant to recover.