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Anishinaabe Water Walkers and Supporters March in Kenora against Energy East Pipeline

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 more
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Treaty 3 Grand Council Signs Energy East Communications and Engagement Funding Agreement

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 more
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Anishinaabe Water Walk to Unite Treaty 3 People against Energy East Pipeline

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 more
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Idle No More Joins the Neil Young Rebel Content Tour (USA)

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 more
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Solidarity with the COTTFN

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 more
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Idle No More Stands in Solidarity with the Families of the Missing Ayotzinapa Students of Mexico

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 more
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Anti Chevron Toronto - May Events Update

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 more
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INMroots: From Apology To Action

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 more
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Red Jam Slam Radio Festival

  The Red Jam Slam Society exists to host events, celebrations, and annual festivals that promote and feature emerging and seasoned aboriginal artists and performers. We are creating a five day Radio festival celebrating Aboriginal Week airing live from five venues in Vancouver beautiful British Columbia and will be broadcasted from... Read more
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Unsettling Canada - Kamloops Book Launch

Join Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson for a launch of "Unsettling Canada." "Unsettling Canada" chronicles the modern struggle for Indigenous rights covering fifty years of struggle over a wide range of historical, national, and recent international breakthroughs."Unsettling Canada" is built on a unique collaboration between two First Nations leaders,... Read more
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No Energy East in Wolastoq Territory

Why do we walk? To protect our community. To oppose the tar sands and the Energy East pipeline Because this 42-inch diameter export pipeline also implies a 150-hectare tank farm situated right in the middle of the rural community of Red Head, a 183-hectare marine terminal complex and some supertankers carrying... Read more
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The Migration Water Walk 2015

The Migration Water Walk 2015 will begin from the land of the Wabanaki, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at Matane, Quebec and end at Madeline Island in Wisconsin on or around August 20, 2015.We will arrive and set up camp on June 22nd, have pipes smoked, share our creation stories... Read more
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