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Idle No More

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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Something very different is happening in Newfoundland and Labrador

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For all the negative things it will do to our province, the Liberals’ austerity budget is bringing people together in a very meaningful way.

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Still no inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women year after Loretta Saunders’ death

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More Indigenous women have been murdered since Labrador Inuk Loretta Saunders was found dead alongside a highway in N.B. last February. But Canada still refuses to launch a national public inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women, many say because acknowledging the roots of the problem would mean naming colonialism.

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Big Brother is watching — but why? And should we care?

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Revelations of federal government surveillance of protests and public lectures may hint at the Harper government’s sense of “vulnerability”, says MUN grad student

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Loretta Saunders’ death latest in growing epidemic

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As the number of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada continues to rise at an alarming rate, people, human rights groups and politicians strengthen the call for a national public inquiry

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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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Corner Brook residents march in solidarity with Elsipogtog

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What the violence in Elsipogtog and the show of support from coast to coast means for our community

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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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In praise of landlords

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After all, they let us get away with a lot

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The case of Theresa Spence and the barely spoken racism of Canadian media

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The swift slide from unreasonable to mad

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Blue Rodeo is Idle No More!

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Some notes from the Jan. 19 show at Mile One Centre…

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Blue Rodeo, 25 years on

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Co-founder and lead singer Greg Keelor talks about the band’s early years, the Idle No More movement and his support for native rights. They play St. John’s on Saturday.

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Sit not idly b’y

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A little story about joining Canada, promises unkept, the erosion of our sovereignty, and redefining our future together

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Sin and redemption

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A tragic irony at Christmas time…

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A world of spectators

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A conversation with Newfoundland’s most adored folk songwriter Amelia Curran, whose new album ‘Spectators’ isn’t only lyrically and sonically captivating, it’s also incredibly relevant.

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