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October 8, 2012 Original Peoples

Stopping Nuclear Waste in its Tracks

Communities, Indigenous organizations pass resolutions against transportation and storage of nuclear waste in Saskatchewan

October 5, 2012 Original Peoples

Honouring the Dead, Standing with the Survivors

Seventh annual Sisters in Spirit vigil still seeking answers, action for missing and murdered women

September 14, 2012 Original Peoples

Mi'kmaq to Obstruct Traffic to Fight Oil and Gas Exploration at Lake Ainslie

First Nations call for a complete halt to drilling in Cape Breton

September 5, 2012 Original Peoples

Rebuilding the Wabanaki Confederacy

Non-Indigenous participate in Confederacy Gathering for first time in centuries

August 17, 2012 Original Peoples

The Ground Beneath Our Feet

Despite missing grave markers, lack of map, Dartmouth cemetery is not for the dogs

August 10, 2012 Original Peoples

Defending the Land from Nuclear Waste

Indigenous community elders, activists gather in northern Saskatchewan against nuclear waste site

August 8, 2012 Original Peoples

Mining Companies Feel Heat in the Ring of Fire

Assembly of First Nations backs evictions from northern Ontario

July 23, 2012 Original Peoples

Uranium Territory

Inuit campaign for referendum over mine in far north

July 18, 2012 Original Peoples

Barriere Lake Stands Against Resolute

Algonquin community vows to block corporate logging on their territory

July 16, 2012 Original Peoples

Halifax Rallies for Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth

Campaign to reverse cuts to Mi'kmaq Native Friendship Centre's Kitpu Youth Program ramps up

July 13, 2012 Original Peoples

Reconciliation Takes Two

Residential school survivors gathered in Saskatoon critical of federal government's actions

June 25, 2012 Original Peoples

BC Treaty Advocate Elected Chair of UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Grand Chief Edward John has spent the past 20 years in the BC treaty process, which produces extinguishment Agreements

June 15, 2012 Original Peoples

Jeremy’s Case, Jordan’s Principle

Historic court case in Halifax identifies gap in health services for First Nations children

June 13, 2012 Original Peoples

BC Government Weighs in on Musqueam graves

BC orders halt to construction on intact burials

May 9, 2012 Original Peoples

Aboriginal Peoples' Stories Remain Unheard

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has travelled across the nation, but few have paid attention

April 6, 2012 Original Peoples

Hishuk Ish Tsawalk: Everything is One

Recovering an Indigenous language in Canada

March 28, 2012 Original Peoples

"Stand With Us to Fight"

Hundreds protest Enbridge pipeline and oil tankers at Heiltsuk-led rally

December 9, 2011 Original Peoples

RCMP Spied on Protesting First Nations

Intelligence unit collaborated with partners in energy and private sector

November 4, 2011 Original Peoples

Residential School Survivors Share Their Stories

Truth and Reconciliation Commission hears testimonials at Eskasoni

October 5, 2011 Original Peoples

It's a Matter of Jordan's Principle

Canada's health care system leaves Native child behind

July 13, 2011 Original Peoples

First Nations Under Surveillance

Harper government prepares for Native “unrest"

June 29, 2011 Original Peoples

Every Mohawk a Suspect

Why drugs raids in Kanehsatake feel like police invasions

June 20, 2011 Original Peoples

In BC, Pipes Spell Double Trouble

KSL gas pipeline is low profile, high threat

May 11, 2011 Original Peoples

Kanesatake and a Canadian Mine

Controversial niobium mine is receiving little public attention

April 20, 2011 Original Peoples

BC Hydro-St'at'imc Authority Agreement Creates a Wave of Opposition

Deal opens territory to hydro in new ways, say critics

February 23, 2011 Original Peoples

Sinixt in Vancouver Courts

"Extinct" nation defends traditional territory

February 14, 2011 Original Peoples

Revolving Door

Sex offender who targets Aboriginal girls should not be released, say Vancouver residents

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