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MEDIA ADVISORY "The story of Neeve Nutarariaq is heartwrenching. We cannot stand idly by - we have to take action...
Since time immemorial, the Unist’ot’en house of the Wet’suwet’en have lived by Wedzin Kwah (Morice River), fishing, hunting, trapping, and...
(Traducción en Español debajo) Idle No More stands with our relations of the International Tribunal of Justice Abya Yala being organized in Guatemala...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 10, 2015 Grassroots Water Defenders Pledge to Continue Fight to Protect the Water for Future Generations....
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MEDIA ADVISORY "The story of Neeve Nutarariaq is heartwrenching. We cannot stand idly by - we have to take action on the issue of housing." - Anna Lee-Popham, Idle No More organizer Housing is a basic human right, one that should be readily available in a wealthy country such as... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Since time immemorial, the Unist’ot’en house of the Wet’suwet’en have lived by Wedzin Kwah (Morice River), fishing, hunting, trapping, and practicing ceremony. The Wet’suwet’en people have also governed themselves by their own system of governance for centuries, and under their governance, each house is responsible for its own lands. The... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
(Traducción en Español debajo) Idle No More stands with our relations of the International Tribunal of Justice Abya Yala being organized in Guatemala from September 15-17, 2015. We will continue to support the continental movement to implement Indigenous Self Determination and Nationhood. We will work together across borders to construct a long-term continental... Read more1 reaction Share
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 10, 2015 Grassroots Water Defenders Pledge to Continue Fight to Protect the Water for Future Generations. Iskatewizaagegan, Shoal Lake 39 First Nation—This past weekend, the Anishinaabe Water Walk against the Energy East Pipeline concluded its week-long, 125 km trek from Eagle Lake Lake to Shoal Lake... Read more2 reactions Share
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2015 Grassroots Indigenous People say they will be the ones to decide if Tarsands Oil can cross their Territories. Kenora—Today is day 5 of the Anishinaabe Water Walk, and already more than 40 walkers have covered 100 km of the route that TransCanada wants to... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
On July 27 at Wauzhusk Onigum, Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) and Energy East Pipelines Ltd (a subsidiary of TransCanada) held a ceremony and public relations event for the announcement of a pre-signed, July 10 ratified Communications and Engagement Funding Agreement (CEFA) for the Energy East Pipeline project. The purpose... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
On August 2, 2015, nearly two dozen (or more) Anishinaabe Women and Men, Youth and Elders will be joined by supporters in a week-long walk against the Energy East Pipeline. The walk will cover more than 125 km of TransCanada’s proposed pipeline route where it crosses and threatens more than... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More is pleased to announce that we have been invited to travel with Neil Young’s Rebel Content tour during July 2015. We will be one of twelve leading environmental rights and justice organizations on the tour that are tackling today’s greatest environmental challenges through education and by impacting... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More & Defenders of the Land stand in solidarity with Chippewas of the Thames First Nation in their legal challenge against Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline project. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More supports and stands in solidarity with the families of the missing Ayotzinapa students following Mexico’s mid-term elections. Several months ago the families of the 43 missing students denounced yesterday's midterm election, stating that the conditions would not allow a fair and transparent election due to the evidence... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
May 21st, 2015 International #AntiChevron Day of Action Toronto Solidarity Committee - Day of Action On May 21st, 2015 the Canadian Solidarity Committee, Chevron's Dirty Hand organized the second #AntiChevron International Day of Action outside of the R.B.C. in downtown Toronto. Allies from Six Nations of the Grand River, the migrant community, and... Read more3 reactions Share
The world had its eyes on Canada this week as the final gathering for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission convened in Ottawa, unceded Algonquin Territory. The gathering brought together residential school survivors, their descendants, and other concerned citizens to review the long-awaited final report of recommendations that resulted from a... Read moreAdd your reaction Share