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Woman With Eagle Feather: The Photo 'Heard' Round the World
The scene was chaotic: heavily armed Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) pouring into an encampment of sleeping protesters, leading dogs and carrying assault rifles...
Behind the Front Lines of the Elsipogtog Battle Over Fracking
Since June of 2013 the Elsipogtog First Nation community has gathered on Highway 11 to protest the seismic testing being conducted by a subsidiary of Houston-based Southwestern Ene...
What Is Happening in Elsipogtog? Tonight on Native Trailblazers Radio
Tonight on Native Trailblazers , Ossie Michelin, the journalist with the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) who is front and center at the protests of Elsipogtog First Na...
Mi'kmaq Anti-Fracking Protest Brings Women to the Front Lines to Fight for Water
As Amanda Polchies knelt down in the middle of the blocked-off highway with nothing but an eagle feather held aloft separating her from a solid wall of blue advancing police office...
Molotov Cocktails & Guns Confiscated; Support Pours in for Mi'kmaq Protesters
Support for Mi’kmaq protesters in New Brunswick spread throughout Turtle Island on Friday October 18, as events were held as far away as Vancouver and New York City, and the Sierra...
Police in Riot Gear Tear-Gas and Shoot Mi'kmaq Protesting Gas Exploration in New Brunswick
Chaos has erupted as Chief Arren Sock and council members from Elsipogtog First Nation are among at least 40 people arrested by riot-gear-clad police raiding a Mi'kmaq blockade pro...
First Nation Moves to Evict Fracking Co. From Lands Held in Trust
It is supposed to be a day that commemorates the signing of the 1752 Treaty of Friendship and Peace between the Mi’kmaq and the Crown, a day spent promoting Mi'kmaq culture and his...
Fracking Troubles Atlantic First Nations After Two Dozen Protesters Arrested
David P. Ball
One week after 12 fracking protesters were arrested in New Brunswick, Mi'kmaq critics of the controversial extraction industry relit their sacred fire on the road to a seismic test...
Many of Canada’s National Parks Now Honor First Nations Peoples
Parks Canada , which handles all of the nation’s national parks, is an international leader in working with aboriginal peoples, but that wasn’t always the case...