|Blog Maya Bhullar | Tools to dig into the details behind the conflict and support the enforcement of treaty rights.|
|Blog Christopher Majka | Pam Palmater's eloquent advocacy for rights of Indigenous people combines fierce intelligence and knowledge of native law and tradition with the warmth and generosity of Idle No More. Hear her voice.|
|News Joyce Nelson | Activists are increasingly appalled by the continuing revelations that they are being spied on by police and the CSEC on behalf of the corporate sector. Should we share our spying stories?|
|Blog Krystalline Kraus | A new truth for some young Canadians was: there wasn’t any American involvement in the crackdown on the Elsipogtog. The crackdown fit perfectly into capable Canadian hands.|
|Blog Roger Annis | The anti-gas fracking struggle in New Brunswick has won continent-wide support. Two activists in the movement are speaking about it in cities and First Nations territories across Canada.|
|Blog Christopher Majka | Violent confrontations between RCMP and protestors at Elsipogtog, NB have generated an explosion of concern across the country. What's at stake in this dispute? What lessons do we need to learn?|
'An act of war': Armed RCMP officers carry out militant action against Mi'kmaq and Elsipogtog NationsKrystalline Kraus | The powerful image of a women with an eagle feather sitting in front of a line of armed RCMP officers encapsulates the Indigenous uprising.
Activist Communique: News Release - Elsipogtog First Nations-Signigtog Mi'kmaq Reclaim Stewardship of Native LandsKrystalline Kraus | “There will be no more of our lands being held in trust by governments.”
Activist Communique: [LIVESTREAM] A 3-part series on the Mi'kmaq FNs anti-fracking blockade in N.B. (Aug 28-30)Krystalline Kraus | The camp has disbanded temporarily but will resume in September. We were contacted by the Mi'kmaq (through Brian Seaman) to do this LS-series.
|Blog Krystalline Kraus | Two new Idle No More activists began fasting to bring attention to Mi’kmaq issues out on the East Coast on March 1, 2013 and continued for almost two weeks.|
|Blog Christopher Majka | There are seldom moments of sheer magic in the world but one certainly took place on January 11, 2012 in the Grand Parade in Halifax. Kisu'lk looked down on Idle No More and beheld a great thing.|