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July 29, 2010 Literature & Ideas

July Books

Non-fiction by Prince, graphic novel by Hill

March 24, 2010 Agriculture

Norwegian Farms Poison the Wild Run

BC's salmon stocks plunge; sea lice, salmon farms to blame

December 21, 2009 Original Peoples

From Potlatch to Welfare

Lutz on historical "dialogue" and the subordination of Indigenous economies in the Pacific Northwest

June 11, 2009 Food

Sea Fare

Cooking, Nuu-chah-nulth style

May 14, 2009 Original Peoples

The Right to Whale

First Nations encounter barriers to traditional whaling

March 29, 2009 Original Peoples

Land & Jail Part III

Challenging the disproportionate incarceration of First Nations in Canada

March 13, 2009 Original Peoples

Home, Moldy Home

Victoria paper investigates West Coast Indigenous housing crisis

January 5, 2009 Original Peoples

Land & Jail Part II

Canada's incarceration strategy

September 23, 2008 Original Peoples

Land & Jail

Ipperwash, official racism and the future of Ontario

July 30, 2008 Original Peoples

Boiling Point!

Polaris report finds water in First Nations communities a “violation of fundamental human rights”

July 23, 2008 International News

South Koreans Have a Beef

Crackdown on demonstrations against US beef imports

January 23, 2008 Original Peoples

Indigenous Rights and the Mayan Victory in Belize

Implications for Indigenous Title Rights in Canada

October 15, 2007 Original Peoples

Oil Versus Water

Toxic water poses threat to Alberta's Indigenous communities

May 21, 2007 Original Peoples

Watered Down Excuse

According to one scientist, high cost is no excuse for lack of safe drinking water in First Nations communities

February 20, 2007 Original Peoples

Hoping Against Hope?

A review of a new audio documentary about the struggle against colonialism in Canada

November 22, 2006 Original Peoples

The High Cost of Lousy Water

water_fp.jpgKim Petersen investigates charges that First Nations are being forced to pay for the lack of clean drinking water on reserves.

Water Crisis in Indigenous 'Canadian' Communities

September 29, 2006 Original Peoples

UN-Justice in Canada

swear2large_fp.jpgKim Petersen investigates Canada's opposition to the United Nations Draft Declaration of Indigenous Rights.

Canada has opposed the United Nations Draft Declaration of Indigenous Rights

September 3, 2006 Original Peoples

What's Mine Is Theirs

KIFN_fp.jpgAfter months of resistence, the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation have been awarded a legal victory in Ontario.

Legal Victory for Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation

June 22, 2006 Original Peoples

Corporate SLAPP

KIprotestors_fp.jpgThe Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation has been hit with a $10 billion damage suit for refusing drilling rights on territory they say is their own.

Citizens Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation walk to Queen's Park in the face of a corporate SLAPP suit

May 29, 2006 Original Peoples

The Indian Act's Corrupt

tobiqueriver_fp.jpgKim Peterson finds the People of Tobique First Nation resisting corruption, and tracing the problem back to the Indian Act.

Resisting the roots of corruption in Tobique First Nations

March 29, 2006 Original Peoples

Living In Our Land

InnuFoundation_fp.jpgKim Petersen speaks to Innu hunter Napes Ashini about his work to promote Innu culture and safeguard the Innu land, Nitassinan.

The Tshikapisk Foundation aims to promote Innu culture and safeguard Innu land

November 29, 2005 Original Peoples

Masala and the Rainforest

kermode21_fp.jpg Kim Petersen looks at the prospects for survival of the the Spirit bear, which has particular significance for west-coast First Nations

Future of Kermode bear and rainforest "uncertain"

July 20, 2005 Français

Tsux'iit : mieux comprendre la spiritualité autochtone

MMcanoe_fp.jpg Bien que les peuples autochtones aient été forcés à se familiariser avec la chrétienté, la connaissance contemporaine des colons envers les diverses religions indigènes demeura vague.

May 20, 2005 Original Peoples

Tsux'iit: Understanding Indigenous Spirituality

MMcanoe_fp.jpg 500 years after Europeans began coming to the Americas, Kim Petersen finds that settlers remain ignorant and intolerant of indigenous religions.

April 28, 2005 Original Peoples

No Lifeblood for Oil

bottledwater_fp.jpg In northern Alberta, the Lubicon nation is fighting oil companies and provincial and federal governments for their way of life, writes Kim Petersen.

Lubicon nation fights oil companies, governments for survival

April 5, 2005 Original Peoples

Canada, Racism, Genocide, and the Bomb

ore_fp.jpg Canada's little-known role in the construction of the first atomic bombs is still affecting people of the Dene nation today, says Kim Petersen

The Legacy of C.D. Howe

February 28, 2005 Original Peoples

"...where a son cannot work for his father"

sault_fp.jpg When can a son not work for his father? Kim Petersen examines government involvement in native fishing rights.

Métis fishing rights and the Ontario government

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