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Just Transition explainer human, workers’, and Indigenous rights

Just transition explainer: human, workers’, and Indigenous rights

As we get closer to the date when the federal government will be releasing their just transition policy, it is ...
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Sovereignty?

Sovereignty Matters

Indigenous peoples did not give up their duty to the land and Indigenous sovereignty was acknowledged through the negotiation process ...
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Protect the moose

As moose populations in La Verendrye Park collapse, the Anishnabe have the answers

As governments and the public gather in Tiohtià:ke (so-called Montreal) for the UN Conference on Biodiversity, Indigenous peoples are reminding ...
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Protect the moose

Call on Quebec Premier François Legault to protect moose in La Verendrye Wildlife Park

The moose in La Verendrye Wildlife Park are in a state of emergency. The Anishnabe people have relied on the ...
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Free, prior, and informed consent is a bare minimum

As the toll of the tar sands on Indigenous communities grows, Canada continues to fail in its obligations to UNDRIP

For decades government and industry have been making decisions about tar sands development without the free, prior, and informed consent ...
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Radioactive Waste

Radioactive waste: The making of a grassroots campaign

This year, Council of Canadians chapter activists showed us what a truly grassroots campaign looks like – and what we ...
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Wet'suwet'en CoastLink drilling on Wezkin Kwa

TELL RBC TO STOP FUNDING COASTAL GASLINK 

Update: The RBC-backed Coastal GasLink pipeline has now begun drilling beneath the internationally significant Wedzin Kwa, a sacred river in ...
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In 2022, Truth and Reconciliation means relationship and action.

In 2022, Truth and Reconciliation means relationship and action.

Upcoming Friendship Tour the start of relationship building and action Today marks the second Truth and Reconciliation Day and Orange ...
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