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February 11, 2011 Original Peoples

You've Got Bail! (But No Freedom)

Ryan Rainville, and the letter of G20 law

December 13, 2010 Original Peoples

Sisters in Spirit Smothered

Conservative smoke-and-mirrors funding has Indigenous groups up in arms

November 3, 2010 Original Peoples

World Bank Darling Promotes Privatization of Reserves

Critics say fee-simple title on reserves could further erode Indigenous land base

October 27, 2010 Original Peoples

Leak reveals push to win over First Nations on controversial boreal forest pact

Environmental organizations and forestry companies seeking buy-in on CBFA as First Nations opposition grows

October 11, 2010 Original Peoples

Showdown in the Far North

First Nations oppose Ontario's Far North Act, some environmental orgs support it

October 4, 2010 Original Peoples

Waves of Controversy Continue on BC Lakes

Mt. Milligan mine in Northern BC far from a done deal

September 13, 2010 Original Peoples

New Minister a “Declared Enemy” of First Nations

Indigenous leaders, activists raise concerns about John Duncan's track record

July 5, 2010 Original Peoples

This Land is Still Stolen

The G20 and Aboriginal rights

June 19, 2010 Original Peoples

From Ski Hills to the Summit

Indigenous activists challenge Canada’s claims to traditional lands

May 19, 2010 Original Peoples

Blockade in Grassy Narrows over Policing Concerns

Slow response times, alleged intimidation lead residents to call for new peacekeeper services

May 18, 2010 Original Peoples

Cuts to First Nations Programs Keep Coming

Canadian government's 2010 budget slashes funding for essential services

May 7, 2010 Original Peoples

First Nations Students Live In University

Protest funding cuts that will lead to school's death

February 9, 2010 Original Peoples

Host First Nations Bite the Olympic Hand

Will the government meet its funding obligations before the Games?

December 21, 2009 Original Peoples

From Potlatch to Welfare

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

August 26, 2009 Original Peoples

"Pack Up and Get Out"

Why the Tobique First Nation took control of their territory’s hydro dam

June 19, 2009 Original Peoples

"Everybody has a Voice"

Images from the Mohawk community of Akwesasne

May 30, 2009 Original Peoples

A Letter from Kitigan Zibi

Mother addresses the public on police negligence in missing daughter's case

May 28, 2009 Original Peoples

Strangers Scour the Land

The search for Maisy and Shannon continues

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 27, 2009 Original Peoples

Minister's Memo Exposes Motives for Removing Algonquin Chief

INAC expected collaboration with new Chief but feared legal repercussions and perception of government sponsorship

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

December 3, 2008 Original Peoples

The Land Provides What Mining Can't

KI leaders take their complaints to the United Nations

November 25, 2008 Original Peoples

Mining the Truth

A Canadian judge rules on indigenous land in Patagonia

November 21, 2008 Original Peoples

Fighting Free Entry

Ending mining’s privileged access to land

November 16, 2008 Original Peoples

Caretakers of the Land

Western Shoshone wage battle against modern gold rush

November 13, 2008 Original Peoples

Big Oil's Pipe Dream

An interview with Dustin Johnson about the Gateway Pipeline

November 6, 2008 Original Peoples

Two Ways to Be a Nation

Struggle for control of the "trillion-dollar Sudbury basin"

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