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Idle No More Condemns the Norwegian Slaughter of Reindeer

  The Norwegian government recently decided to forcefully slaughter most of Jovsset Ánte Sara’s reindeer herd to a level that he cannot make a living from. The slaughter is scheduled for the end of 2018. In 2015, Jovsset Ánte sued the government for the decision to slaughter his reindeer that... Read more
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Updates on Sustainable Solutions & More!

Idle No More organizer & One House Many Nations builder, Alex Wilson, speaking at Just Transitions In this email update, we are sharing some exciting news from the Indigenous folks who are working for sustainable solutions for not only our communities but also to provide models other communities can pick... Read more
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Webinar on Rights and Recognition Framework

The webinar will be live at 5PM Eastern Time at the link below:     On Sunday, Oct. 14th, The Defenders of the Land, the Truth Campaign and the Idle No More networks will be hosting a live stream webinar. We will be providing an analysis of Canada’s proposed “Recognition... Read more
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Federal "Rights Framework" Legislation - Teach In Tools

In this blog post, we have included a two-page brochure and information sheet that you can print and distribute within your community's. It has been prepared by grassroots volunteers to ensure that we have tools needed that break down the federal legalese, so you know exactly how our collective rights... Read more
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Idle No More, Defenders of the Land & Truth Before Reconciliation - Joint Statement

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Tiny House and More updates

Welcome to our latest Idle No More email update. We have important news to share about a handful of the many awareness campaigns, Indigenous rights to self-determination campaigns, and Indigenous-led land and water protection actions. All across our territories, Indigenous youth, men, women, and Two-Spirit peoples are out on the... Read more
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Justice for Our Stolen Children

Idle No More Stands In Solidarity with Justice for Our Stolen Children Organizers Idle No More stands in solidarity with the Justice For Our Stolen Children (JFOSC) camp in Treaty 4 territory, and agrees with the organizer’s call to reform the foster care system in the province of Saskatchewan. The... Read more
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Justice For Jon Styres

On the morning of Wednesday, June 27, 2018, in Hamilton, Ontario, a jury of 5 women and 7 men found Peter Khill not guilty of the second-degree murder charge, for the intentional premeditated shooting of an unarmed Six Nations man, Jon Styres. The parallels between the Jon Styres and Colten... Read more
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Stop Termination and Defend Our Lands and Waters

Stop Termination! On February 14, 2018 Prime Minister Trudeau gave a speech in Parliament announcing a new framework that would  legislate "Rights Recognition". The proposed framework  is a direct threat to Indigenous Peoples right to self-determination.  This proposed framework needs to be stopped. Mohawk policy analyst Russell Diabo responds to... Read more
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Justice for Colten Days of Action Media

This page will list press releases, links, and other information related to the Justice for Colten Days of Action. Winnipeg Press Release:  Download here List of Events and Actions: http://www.idlenomore.ca/justice_for_colten_boushie
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Justice for Colten Boushie

Colten Boushie was a 22-year-old from Red Pheasant Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. In August 2016, Colten was shot and killed by a farmer. On February 9th, the  jury and judge ruled that Gerald Stanley was acquitted of all charges. In honor of the late Colten (Coco) Boushie, we are calling... Read more
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Statement Of Solidarity For The Indigenous Governing Council (CIG) Mexico

The First Continental Summit of Indigenous Nations, Pueblos and Organizations was convened in Teotihuacan, Mexico in 2000. Previously, there were realized two Continental Indigenous Encounters, building up to the summit, in 1990 in Quito, Ecuador and then in 1993, in Temoaya, Mexico. The Second Continental Summit Abya Yala occurred in... Read more
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