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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

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 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

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

May 14, 2012 Accounts

Walking for Peace, Respect and Friendship along the Grand River

Honouring our historical agreements through shared action

May 7, 2012 Accounts

Marchers Vow to Protect Ancient Burial Site

Musqueam set up camp at condo site after infant graves desecrated

March 7, 2012 Gender

Scoring for Information

Police infiltration tactics viewed as a violation of women's bodies and rights

December 9, 2011 Original Peoples

RCMP Spied on Protesting First Nations

Intelligence unit collaborated with partners in energy and private sector

September 9, 2011 Literature & Ideas

Reconsidering Reconciliation

Simpson's offers radical answers to long-standing questions

July 6, 2011 Features

Pulp Dreams

Pictou Mill is Asia Pulp Paper's latest acquisition

October 6, 2010 Photo Essay

Water to Mine

Goldcorp’s Penasquito project in Mexico robs semi-desert region of precious resource

September 13, 2010 Original Peoples

New Minister a “Declared Enemy” of First Nations

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

Vancouver Stands Against Child Apprehensions

On Tuesday August 3rd, dozens of Vancouverites, led by the DTES Power of Women Group, held a protest outside the office of the Ministry of Child and Family Development. Members of the Vancouver Media Co-op filed this report.

Camera: Juliet Belmas, Susan Neeves.

Editing: Dawn Paley.

August 9, 2010 Aug 9 by Vancouver Media Co-op
May 26, 2010 Environment

The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement Reconsidered

ENGOs sign over right to criticize, companies continue to log caribou habitat

April 21, 2010 Weblog:

Special Rapporteur Agrees to Meet

Special Rapporteur Mr. James Anaya has agreed to meet with Paula LaPierreregarding numerous concerns.

LaPierre contends that all Canadians have been denied access to their own genuine history. She further claims that often, as a result of this poor understanding of history there can continue a lingering sense of injustice. Communities need to have a deep understanding of their own identity and history if they are to position themselves effectively for the transitions ahead.

LaPierre looks forward to the creation of community-based processes that can stimulate deeper community learning and engagement.

March 29, 2010 Ideas

From Queen Charlotte to Haida Gwaii

The ascent of the Haida and the struggle with Canada

March 13, 2010 Arts

Giving Algonquins a Good Rap

Hip-hop artist Samian rants for reserves

March 4, 2010 Gender

This is Where the Revolution Starts

19th annual Memorial March honours 3,000 missing and murdered women

February 2, 2010 Health

Bitter Sweet or Toxic?

Indigenous people, diabetes and the burden of pollution

December 9, 2009 Opinion

An Insincere Celebration

Is the Olympics' use of Indigenous symbolism imprudent?

August 24, 2009 Environment

For the Water

Opposition to Site 41 unites Natives, farmers

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The Dominion is a monthly paper published by an incipient network of independent journalists in Canada. It aims to provide accurate, critical coverage that is accountable to its readers and the subjects it tackles. Taking its name from Canada's official status as both a colony and a colonial force, the Dominion examines politics, culture and daily life with a view to understanding the exercise of power.

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