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The Council of Canadians stands in solidarity with anti-shale gas protesters in Kent County, NB

Media Release October 17, 2013 Ottawa, ON – The Council of Canadians denounces the excessive use of violence by the RCMP and stands in solidarity with those in Rexton, New…

UBCIC Denounces Canada’s Brutal Assault on Elsipogtog

News Release. October 17, 2013 (Coast Salish Territory – Vancouver, BC) The UBCIC Executive and the UBCIC Chiefs Council stand in full support with Elsipogtog community and leadership in their…

Premier’s message regarding protest

Office of the Premier 17 October 2013 MONCTON (GNB) – Premier David Alward today issued the following statement:I am deeply troubled that violence has erupted at a protest site on…

AFN National Chief Statement on Situation in Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick (2:15 EST)

October 17, 2013 (2:15 EST) “Myself and the Assembly of First Nations national office in Ottawa are making every effort to stay on top of the situation in Elsipogtog First…

Urgent Call for Support by Friday, October 11, 2013

Hupacasath Court Challenge to Canada – China FIPA The Hupacasath First Nation in British Columbia is seeking your urgent support to continue their legal challenge against the Canada-China Foreign Investment…

Inuit remain determined despite unfavourable EU court appeal decision on seal ban challenge

Thursday, October 3, 2013 – Ottawa, Ontario – Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) expressed disappointment today with the decision of the European Court of Justice to reject the appeal of a…

Court rules Alberta improperly excluded Pembina Institute from oilsands regulatory process

Oct. 2, 2013 EDMONTON — Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench has quashed a government decision not to allow the Pembina Institute and the Fort McMurray Environmental Association to participate in the…

Refusing to take account of First Nations’ rights jeopardizes Quebec’s development

WENDAKE, QC, Sept. 30, 2013 – By refusing to take into account First Nations’ rights in the Mining Bill, the government of Quebec seriously jeopardizes the development of an important sector of Quebec’s economy. Rather than…

First Nations Accuse BC Government of Violating International Law by Issuing Enbridge Permits; Call on United Nations Special Rapporteur to Investigate

ANDERHOOF, BRITISH COLUMBIA and YINKA DENE TERRITORIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA– Sept. 30, 2013 – The Yinka Dene Alliance (YDA) is accusing the BC government of violating international law by issuing permits to…

Hupacasath Court Challenge to Canada – China FIPA

  Hupacasath Court Challenge to Canada – China FIPA  URGENT CALL FOR SUPPORT BY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 The Hupacasath First Nation in British Columbia is seeking your urgent support…

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