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16 days ago

UN report calls Alberta oil industry impact on Indigenous community 'disturbing' while ignoring its benefits

The oil industry has helped Indigenous-owned companies secure more than $5 billion worth of contracts from oil sands companies in the Wood Buffalo Region.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
a month ago

Trudeau fails to keep word on drinking water for Indigenous peoples

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be unable to keep his word on the pressing issue of fixing the dysfunctional water supply in many indigenous communities across the country.

James Anthony
a month ago

Canada rewriting Oath of Citizenship to recognize Indigenous peoples

Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said the change will make the Oath of Citizenship "more inclusive" and serves as “one more vital step toward reconciliation.”

Noah David Alter
2 months ago

First Nations protestors continue blockades despite injunction

Protesters claim their constitutional right to hunt within their territory is being violated by individuals who are merely granted the privilege to do so by the government.

Noah David Alter
2 months ago

Seven-time Portland riot arrestee deletes videos of herself participating in toppling of statues

A serial riot arrestee has deleted her Twitter account implicating herself posing with the toppled Roosevelt statue on the "Indigenous Day of Rage" in Portland.

Mia Cathell
3 months ago

WATCH: Protestors block Toronto streets to oppose Ontario land development

Protestors in Toronto blocked the intersection of Church and Bloor outside the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs Ontario in solidarity with the “1492 Land Back Lane” blockade in Caledonia, Ontario.

Beth Baisch
3 months ago

Toronto poetry slam charges white people admission, but is free for 'black and indigenous folks'

Toronto Poetry Slam is offering free show tickets to black and indigenous patrons and charging all those who are not.

Mia Cathell
3 months ago

Indigenous activists want to supervise law enforcement in Canada

Indigenous groups are arguing for the right to supervise policing in Canada. “It is urgent, very urgent, that we have a civilian body,” Indigenous activist Michele Audette stated.

James Anthony
5 months ago

Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square occupied for sixth day

The number of tents outside city hall continues to grow as Nathan Phillips Square is occupied for the sixth consecutive day.

Sam Edwards
6 months ago

Trudeau defends decision to attend protest with thousands, breaking his own social distancing rules

"Even as we protest and demonstrate in order to create a better world. We have to get that balance right ... It was the right choice," Trudeau said.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
6 months ago

Trudeau believes Canada is committing genocide. So why does he want a genocidal state on the UN Security Council?

"He is simultaneously claiming that Canada is a genocidal state, and claiming that Canada is a beacon to the world that deserves a UN Security Council seat."

Spencer Fernando
6 months ago

Trudeau no longer calls Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls tragedy a "genocide"

In 2019, Trudeau made headlines for saying the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous communities amounted to "genocide," telling a crowd in Vancouver, "We accept their findings, including that what happened amounts to genocide."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
6 months ago

Trudeau government warns MPs not to use the term 'aboriginal' anymore

The term "Indian" was used in Cabinet until 2011, when the department's name switched to "Aboriginal Affairs." It changed again in 2015 to "Indigenous Affairs."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
6 months ago

WATCH: Trudeau ALMOST criticizes China, dodges question on detained Canadians

"China doesn't work quite the same way, and don't seem to understand that we do have an independent judiciary from political intervention," the prime minister stated on Thursday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
9 months ago

Ford government signs new road deals with Indigenous communities

Ontario has moved forward with signing agreements with two Indigenous communities which will help build roads that will connect them to the Ring of Fire.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

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