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Justin Brake has 247 articles published.

Cop behind violent Muskrat Falls arrest named “Officer of the Year”

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“I’ll never ever forget his face,” says Rigolet resident Emily Wolfrey, shocked by news that RCMP Cpl. Troy Bennett was named “Officer of the Year” by Crime Stoppers NL on Friday.

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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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Women’s, Indigenous, labour leaders underwhelmed by federal budget

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The Trudeau Government’s 2017 budget has left some wondering if the Liberals intend to address the crises of economic and gender inequality and First Nations housing.

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Land protectors face criminal charges for defending water, food, culture

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Criminalization of Indigenous Peoples acting in self-defence at Muskrat Falls an infringement on constitutional rights, says prominent Mi’kmaw lawyer and scholar.

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Qalipu enrolment outcome “next big reconciliation issue” in Canada: Chief

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Chief, Qalipu reps, elders taking fight for recognition of Newfoundland Mi’kmaq to Ottawa Friday.

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Premier meets with Labrador land protectors

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Protectors say they are “shutting Muskrat Falls down”; Ball refuses to step down as minister of Labrador and Aboriginal affairs.

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People form “human shield” around St. John’s Mosque

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The act of solidarity comes less than a week after the Quebec Mosque Shooting and American President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily banning most refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.

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“We can mobilize”: N.L. Human Rights Chair after Quebec mosque shootings

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Solidarity actions with Muslim Canadians being organized in St. John’s and cities across Canada on Friday.

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Women’s March on Washington elicits solidarity from Labrador, St. John’s

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“This behaviour will not be tolerated amongst our leaders here in Canada,” says speaker during St. John’s event.

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Protests continue as Mi’kmaq await enrolment outcome

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Qalipu Chief says band will not walk away from flawed agreement; critics say it’s the only way to achieve a fair process for all applicants.

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St. John’s rally to protest Trump, right-wing populism

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Jan. 21 event being held in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington.

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Land protectors shut down government office in Labrador

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Muskrat Falls protests continue Friday as land protectors deny access to Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

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Land protectors occupy government office, demand Muskrat Falls be “shut down”

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“We will take the actions necessary to ensure the continuation of our people and environment for many generations.”

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5 Reasons to Give the Gift of Independent Journalism

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During the holiday season and beyond…

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“We should all be fighting together and standing together”: Mark Gruchy

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An interview with the 2016 N.L. Human Rights Award recipient.

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Province moving closer to plastic bag ban

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“We do not need this plastic in our environment,” says environment minister after Liberal Party joins a growing call to ban single-use plastic bags in N.L.

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Protests against U.S. pipeline reach Newfoundland

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Small group in St. John’s protests RBC’s involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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Land protectors steadfast in face of latest Nalcor injunction

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Eight arrested at Happy Valley-Goose Bay courthouse Tuesday as Crown corporation names Elder and photojournalist on latest injunction amid amplified calls for the complete shut down of Muskrat Falls.

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Muskrat Falls truck driver “had no regard for any of us or our safety”: Land Protector

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Incident outside Muskrat Falls main gate prompts partial blockade, RCMP investigation.

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