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May 18, 2020 • Media Co-op

Easing of Restrictions Brings Safety Concerns

New cases are still being reported, anti-lockdown protesters are ignoring social distancing guidelines, and racist hate crimes continue

» Story: by Mildred German

March 3, 2020 • Media Co-op

Anything But Consent: The Liberal Guide to Undermining Indigenous Rights

The Trudeau government championed "consent," but has done everything to carefully undermine it of any meaning

» Story: by Martin Lukacs

March 1, 2020 • Media Co-op

With Wet'suwet'en, Media Has to Move Beyond Colonially-Constructed False Dichotomies

The real issue is what Canada is doing to place Band Councils and Traditional Governments at odds with one another

» Story: by Lynn Gehl

February 12, 2020 • Media Co-op

Sixty-Four Arrests on Unceded Wet'suwet'en and Coast Salish Territories

The Wet'suwet'en led fight against pipelines continues. Many have faced arrest over the last week

» Story: by Billie Pierre

January 7, 2020 • Media Co-op

First Nations Strategic Bulletin July - Dec 2019

Unmasking Trudeau's Redface, understanding Wet'suwet'en, and more

» Story: by Russ Diabo

January 5, 2020 • Media Co-op

Wet'suwet'en traditional government evicts pipeline company CGL from their unceded territory

Five days after a BC judge granted Coastal GasLink an injunction to continue pipeline construction, the Wet'suwet'en deliver an eviction notice

» Story: by David Gray-Donald

January 4, 2020 • Media Co-op

On Canadian diplomatic complicity with the assassination of Qasem Soleimani

An extrajudicial killing by the Trump administration that violates international law raises no serious public concern in Ottawa

» Story: by Stefan Christoff

December 26, 2019 • Media Co-op

In-Depth: Interview with Jean Swanson

Vancouver city councillor and long-time anti-poverty activist opens up about life on city council, its frustrations, and possibilities

» Story: by David Gray-Donald

December 4, 2019 • Media Co-op

Ontario Teachers’ Strike: Looking Beyond Wednesday

The Dec 4th one-day strike closed schools across the province. What happens next?

» Story: by Fernando Arce

August 17, 2019 • Media Co-op

Whom does Legal Aid Ontario represent? Board chair's ties to real estate developers concern tenants and advocates

Charles Harnick is a registered lobbyist for eight corporations in Ontario, including two real estate developers, and serves as board chair of Legal Aid

» Story: by Fernando Arce

July 3, 2019 • Media Co-op

First Nations Strategic Bulletin: Jan - June 2019

Putting Our Own House in Order: At the Crossroads to Oblivion

June 30, 2019 • Media Co-op

Algonquin Nation protest continues in Ottawa. Grand Chief Verna Polson starts hunger strike.

"Divide and conquer" from Trudeau at Canada Day meeting

» Story: by Algonquin AAMP

June 25, 2019 • Media Co-op

Analysis: ‘Birth Alerts’ are colonial tools meant to dehumanize and decimate Indigenous Resistance

MMIWG Final Report calls for immediate end to the barbaric practice

» Story: by Fernando Arce

June 14, 2019 • Media Co-op

Government’s TMX consultation process meant to divide, but grassroots unite!

Open letter from Nlaka’pamux people to the feds definitively opposes the Trans-Mountain Pipeline

» Story: by Fernando Arce
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