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Image: Maureen Huot. Used with permission.
Victoria Fenner | Maureen Huot, one of rabble.ca's rabble rousers to watch, talks about the multiple causes and people she supports, and her thoughts about being an ally.
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Peace River Valley, 2020. Image credit: Garth Lenz. Used with permission.
Maya Bhullar | RAVEN is a Canadian NGO whose mission is to raise legal defence funds for Indigenous peoples to defend their treaty rights and the integrity of their traditional lands and cultures.
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Peace River, 2018. Image credit: Garth Lenz. Used with permission
Ana Simeon | West Moberly First Nations will be in court March 29 and 30 to request BC Hydro and B.C. government documents that provide key information about the Site C dam project.
Blog
George VI and Queen Elizabeth greet chieftains of the Stoney Indian Tribe in Calgary, who have brought a photo of Queen Victoria, 1939. Image credit: National Film Board of Canada/Wikimedia Commons
Aidan Simardone | Going from a monarchy to a republic would not affect Canada's treaties with Indigenous people. To argue otherwise is to argue against Indigenous sovereignty.
RabbleTV
Jase Tanner | Tracy Draper, program coordinator of the Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society, speaks about the organization's work and reflects on what's needed to address the issues faced by her community.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | A right-wing group is running an ad saying racialized groups should not get vaccine priority. The Canadian Labour Congress is running an online campaign against the ad.
Blog
Water faucet. Image credit: Sasikan Ulevik/Unsplash
Pam Palmater | This week, Canada's auditor general released her report on whether Canada is providing enough support to ensure that First Nations have access to clean drinking water. The answer was a clear no.
RabbleTV
2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | Former Vancouver city councillor and former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the issue of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
RabbleTV
2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | This episode documents the 30th annual Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The march, which first took place on Valentine's Day in 1992, commemorates lost loved ones.
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Parliament Hill, Ottawa. Image credit: Nancy Girard Bégin/Flickr
Pam Palmater | Bill C-92 was heralded as the solution to the "humanitarian crisis" of First Nations children in foster care. Instead it could make things worse.
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Woman holding test tubes. Image credit: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash
David Suzuki | We need more observational science, but we have to recognize its fundamental weaknesses and inadequacies, and scientists must be careful not to confuse their biases with truths.
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Hospital room. Image credit: Daan Stevens/Unsplash
Pam Palmater | A new report confirms what most Indigenous peoples already knew -- that racism against Indigenous peoples is prevalent in B.C.'s health-care system.