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Court order issued for arrest of land protectors, journalist

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Court order includes Independent editor Justin Brake.

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Innu Nation wants flooding suspended as Muskrat Falls protest grows

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More Innu join Muskrat Falls occupation, but leadership withholds endorsement.

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Ball dodges questions on Muskrat Falls

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Premier Dwight Ball lands in St. John’s, dodges questions about people on hunger strike in Labrador, contradiction between Labradorians’ rights and business obligations.

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Municipal leaders want in on Muskrat meeting

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Labrador mayors say Muskrat Falls meeting between premier and Indigenous leaders should include municipal representation.

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Muskrat Occupation: Government urged to fasttrack meetings

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Demands have not changed; RCMP confirms reinforcements arriving; hunger strikes add urgency to meeting with government.

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Thank you, Land Protectors of Labrador

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We have all learned something important from the courage of Labradorians

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“We hold Muskrat Falls”

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Land protectors storm site, win temporary halt to flooding.

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If we want change, we must become it

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“As they come looking for your vote, I beg you to please engage, ask questions, demand answers and stick around for the accountability!”

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Tyrannosaurus Rex and the rude “natives”

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Rex’s latest rant comes from a place of fear. It’s a place that other Canadians must not hesitate to confront.

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Innu-vate, don’t perpetuate

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The CBC has apologized for its problematic coverage of Innu communities. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

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“The timing is right for all this to happen”

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Exploding onto the North American and global music scene with a powerful, innovative sound, Aboriginal DJ collective ‘A Tribe Called Red’ is creating a soundtrack for the “urban Aboriginal experience” and providing inspiration for Turtle Island’s civil rights movement.

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Angling for the local guy

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Tourists are flocking to fish our rivers, which is great. But there needs to be some (real) regulation to ensure the rights of locals are protected.

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Mining the Land: the resource industry in Nunavut

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Mining brings challenges but also immense opportunities to the North

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In praise of landlords

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After all, they let us get away with a lot

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Aboriginal Treatise

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National Aboriginal Day should be a day to celebrate all of our history together as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians – to reflect on how we have come to be on Aboriginal Land and on the status of our relationship

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