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Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver: keeping the public out of the hearing room may be illegal, lawyer says
Speakers one Day 1 of the Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver discuss climate change and keeping the public out
Jan 15th, 2013
Northern Gateway Joint Review Panel hearings in Victoria: criticism of project continues
Speakers tell panel it should have heard everything it needs to know by now
Jan 10th, 2013
More criticism of proposed Northern Gateway pipeline at Joint Review Panel hearings in Victoria
Jan 5th, 2013
In Victoria, Joint Review Panel hears criticism and complaints about proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline
Every one of the 24 speakers at the joint review panel hearings in Victoria were vehemently opposed to the pipeline.
Jan 4th, 2013
First Nations prepared to fight Harper government, Enbridge in international court
First Nations peoples from all over British Columbia gathered at the Vancouver Art gallery Sunday to protest bill C-45 and the Enbridge pipeline.
Dec 23rd, 2012
A Canadian state, devouring its citizens
Saturn has been understood as a tyrant, representing the ruthlessness of hierarchical organization.
Dec 14th, 2012
VSB Aboriginal Snowboard Team changes lives
An amazing video tells the story of the VSB Aboriginal Snowboarding Team.
Oct 31st, 2012
First Nations lead the way in Victoria protest against pipelines and oil sands
First Nations leaders led the protests of 4,500 people in Victoria on Monday.
Oct 23rd, 2012
Walking to Ottawa chained to the Indian Act
Why Leo Baskatawang decided to go for a walk from Vancouver to Ottawa, a copy of the Indian Act chained to his body.
Oct 17th, 2012
“You can’t drink the oil, you can’t eat the money”: First Nations women to the Nobel Women’s Initiative delegation
The Nobel Women's Initiative delegation was surprised to find that the federal government had called First Nation grandmothers "enemies of the state."
Oct 16th, 2012