Muskrat Falls mega-dam construction site. Photo: Government of Newfoundland and Labrador/Flickr
Matthew Behrens | On May 7, a rally and nonviolent direct action will take place on Parliament Hill in solidarity with the Labrador Land Protectors, who are trying to stop the massive Muskrat Falls mega-dam.
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various | Inuit Elders from across the Canadian Arctic share their observations on vegetation changes, thawing permafrost, changing wildlife patterns, and other transformations.
Image from the Make Muskrat Right video.
Brent Patterson | There may be increasing consensus that the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam project in Newfoundland and Labrador is a huge mistake.
Photo: Government of Newfoundland and Labrador/flickr
Brent Patterson | The Government of Nunatsiavut is concerned that the thousands of Inuit people who eat fish downstream of the planned Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam project could be at risk of mercury contamination.
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Joshua Davidson | Beyond the supermarket crisis and its attendant policy, communities in Nunavut are sparking long-lasting change through food secure initiatives. Are we paying attention?
Photo: Feeding My Family
Feeding My Family | Is it really $28 for cabbage and $99 for a whole fish in Nunavut? Yes. About 70 per cent of households are food insecure in Nunavut and we need to speak out about how hunger affects these families.