Erin Flegg

Erin Flegg's work has appeared in This Magazine, scoutmagazine.ca, the Kingston Whig-Standard and kickaction.ca.  

First Nations' anti-Keystone XL alliance years in making

Indigenous organizers say Reject and Protect gathering in DC last week marked the culmination of years spent building solidarity across nations and across borders.
Jim Prentice

Jim Prentice's PC leadership bid a sign he's abandoning Enbridge gig: Grand Chief

BC First Nations leaders are split on the value of having Prentice for premier of Alberta.

Texada Island residents outraged over 20-fold coal export expansion without consultation

Independent lab tests reveal high levels of arsenic in coal found on the beach.
Rally for Sekw'el'was protest

Cayoose Creek band refuses to cede salmon-spawning territory

Sekw'el'was Chief Michelle Edwards says the community won't leave the creek until their demand for meaningful consultation is met
Fracking site

Environmental groups demand BC government uphold its own water laws

New water use regulations could have a significant impact on future fracking projects in BC
Former Nuu-chah-nulth tribal council president Cliff Atleo

First Nations fisheries on Vancouver Island win game-changing injunction against DFO

Court prohibits the opening of a commercial roe herring fishery on the west coast of Vancouver Island until the DFO's decision faces judicial review
Brenda Sayers speaks on Parliament Hill

Hupacasath First Nation won't back down on fight against China-Canada FIPPA treaty

In the next step in their fight against the Canada-China FIPPA, the Hupacasath file an appeal in federal court.
The largest movement in the USA right now is actually about Canada

Two million comments opposing tar sands expansion delivered to the U.S. State Department

American and Canadian youth linked in the fight to convince government to put a stop to fossil fuel development

Line 9 approval "incredibly dangerous" failure by government, environmental groups say

Environmental groups say decision is invalid because NEB has failed in its mandate to protect the public interest.

Harper's "Hail Mary"

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says the decision to appoint Jim Prentice to sell Northern Gateway to BC First Nations is too little too late.