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Injunctions, RCMP deployment “classic pacification”: Professor

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Nalcor’s use of court injunctions and the government’s approval of RCMP deployment to quell resistance to Muskrat Falls are common tactics used to remove Indigenous people from their lands and facilitate resource development, says Shiri Pasternak.

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Calls for Nalcor audit, Muskrat inquiry intensify amid ongoing protests

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Water levels in the Muskrat Falls reservoir have dropped 60 centimetres since a June 21 commitment from Nalcor that the water would be returned to levels that would “typically be seen at this time of year.”

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“Stop stealing our children!”

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Innu leaders confront Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett at Canada Day event in Toronto.

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Colonialism in the justice system: Who’s to blame?

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When it comes to Inuk land protector Beatrice Hunter’s shameful treatment, everyone is trying to pass the buck — including those who bear ultimate responsibility.

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I choose not to be assimilated and oppressed: Beatrice Hunter

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Inuk grandmother and land protector speaks out from Her Majesty’s Penitentiary.

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Truth first, then reconciliation

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Some say the premier must do more to understand the lived experiences of Indigenous people and communities in this province if he is sincere about reconciliation.

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“I have nothing else left to lose”: Mud Lake leader to Nalcor

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Locals debate whether, and how, to stop Muskrat Falls before any further damage is done.

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Penashue resumes protest of Muskrat Falls

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Innu Elder Elizabeth Penashue is back outside the main gate of the Muskrat Falls hydro project following the flooding of one downstream community.

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Land protectors see renewed support in wake of new charges

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Amid claims of double standards, questions of politics, justice and reconciliation remain unanswered.

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Muskrat resistance enters new phase as flooding begins

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Land protectors and other members of Labrador’s grassroots not appeased by leaders’ agreement, revive protests and call for United Nations intervention.

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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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Protests swell on first potential day of flooding at Muskrat Falls

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Two hundred turn out for the biggest protest yet at Muskrat Falls, demand Nalcor and government halt construction until concerns adequately addressed.

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“That river has given me life”: Billy Gauthier

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Father, Inuk artist and North West River resident Billy Gauthier launches hunger strike to protect the land, water, animals and people downstream from Muskrat Falls, urges Labradorians to fight.

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“We’re willing to get arrested,” says protest organizer

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Simultaneous protests against Muskrat Falls and Nalcor planned for Labrador and St. John’s on Friday, with further actions in the works for Monday as part of a national Indigenous day of action.

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Muskrat Falls protests ramp up as flooding looms

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As elders, river protectors and other concerned locals vow more direct actions, Labrador MP Yvonne Jones says she has alerted the Prime Minister of concerns as the federal government considers a loan guarantee to the province to finish construction of the controversial hydro project.

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Elder speaks out against Muskrat Falls, Innu leadership

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Former Innu leader Bart Jack says he wants the project shut down and is joining a group on a walk to the North Spur on Monday in an act of civil disobedience.

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“They are literally going to be poisoning people”: Tanya Tagaq

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With first flooding of the Muskrat Falls reservoir only two weeks away, the Nunavut star throat singer says “everyone should be protesting.”

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Muskrat Falls threatens locals’ food, way of life

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Anxiety rises in Labrador as the province and Nalcor ignore recommendations from scientists and Indigenous leaders to clear dam’s reservoir and minimize the threat of methylmercury poisoning in communities downstream.

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Muskrat Falls: Yes, there is a way out

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We can and must cancel Muskrat Falls. It’s really our only hope.

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“How much do we have to give up before we say that’s enough?”

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“We can take a stand — in our presence, in our words, in our willingness to unite, in our willingness to understand why we are like we are and in the effort to decolonize and take our rightful place on and for our land.”

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