Coming this October 10th Idle No More has answered the call out for #DeedsNotWords National Day of Action. We invite all peoples to join us in calling out the Trudeau Liberal gov't on their growing list of broken campaign promises that previously gave a great deal of hope to many indigenous communities across this country. Idle No More organizers from across Turtle Island are making plans in their territories including Treaty 6, Toronto and on the East Coast are confirmed. We invite you to organize in your region in whatever capacity you are able to. Send us your Facebook event page we can include in the event page listings on Facebook, or email us your details and we can create and event page listing on the website for you. Send all your event information, time, location of event and pictures to email@example.com.Read more
We as grassroots Indigenous women from Ontario, are traveling to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline once and for all. We are asking for your help with the cost fuel to get there and back again with our messages of solidarity. Any unused funds raised for fuels costs, will be donated equally between the legal defense fund for the Red Warrior Camp & the Sacred Stone Camp. You can help support our work by donating to our Fundrazer here, PayPal here or etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the security word as Nibi.Read more
Independent Primary Assessment of Husky Energy Oil Contamination into Saskatchewan River Report Released Today
The report is the result of collaboration between Idle No More, the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, the Council of Canadians, the National Aboriginal People’s Circle, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (Prairie Region), and others, in response to the lack of independent information surrounding the July 20, 2016 Husky Energy oil spill. The report covers basic information on oil spills in waterways, potential risks to health and ecology, interpretation of lab results, and recommendations for future actions and monitoring.Read more
This Thursday, July 7th, join Idle No More and Defenders of the Land in a free webinar organized by Indigenous Climate Action:Read more
On Earth Day the Trudeau government and 175 other countries signed the Paris Agreement -- pledging to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
We must ensure that Canada keeps the promise made in Paris by keeping fossil fuels in the ground. We must also ensure that Canada keeps its promise to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in it's entirety. This means upholding Indigenous Peoples right to “Free Prior and Informed Consent”, including the power to say NO to energy extraction and infrastructure on our territories.
We need a plan, a “People’s Climate Plan” to create community pressure across the land to ensure that the Trudeau government’s forthcoming climate strategy ensures a just transition for all Indigenous Peoples and workers.Read more
Open Invitation To Attend & Support:
On behalf of the “Great Nibi Gathering” Planning Committee and with great excitement we are honoured to let you know about an incredible gathering this summer. It will take place at Ojibway Park in Garden River First Nation, Ontario July 14-17, 2016.Read more
Overview Of Canada’s Termination Plan
Onkwehonwe Governance And Politics
Presented on March 24/16 by Russell Diablo, First Nations Policy Consultant
Idle No More Stands in Solidarity with the People of Honduras
Honduran Indigenous, environmental rights campaigner and co-founder of the National Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), Berta Cáceres was assassinated in her La Esperanza home. Telesur correspondent, Gilda Silvestruci confirmed that the Honduran leader was killed at 0100 local central standard time, on Thursday March 3rd.
Idle No More organizers stand in solidarity with the family of Berta Cáceres, the Lenca people, and the people of Honduras. We extend our deepest condolences for the irreplaceable loss that is felt worldwide.Read more
January 4, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
To bring attention to the housing crisis in Canada, Idle No More started the One House Many Nations awareness and action Campaign in October 2015.
Over 300 people and organizations have donated money or supplies and have volunteered time to the One House Many Nations Campaign.
The first sustainable, off the grid and eco-friendly mini-home is finished and is to be delivered to a family on the Big River First Nation. The delivery is scheduled for Wednesday January 6th 2016.
In a wealthy country such as Canada, it is absolutely possible to provide affordable, sustainable and alternative energy homes. In an era of reconciliation and “Nation to Nation”: the issue of shelter needs immediate solutions and attention. This is one of many amazing actions toward mitigating climate change and the First Nations housing crisis.
An opportunity will be given to the public as well as to the media to view and ask questions about the mini-home at the Grasswoods Gas station tomorrow Wednesday January 6th 2016 between 9:30 and 10:30 AM. For further information please contact the following;
Sylvia McAdam 306-281-8158
Sheelah McLean 306-280-3245
Anita Munn 204-509-2354
To donate supplies or building materials contact Avery: OneHouseManyNationsINM@gmail.com
The One House, Many Nations campaign is creating networks to support sustainable housing on First Nations. We are raising awareness about Federal responsibility for adequate funding, while taking action ourselves. Be part of the movement.
Visit us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/OneHouseManyNations
Make a Donation: www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-house-many-nations