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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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Muskrat Falls a “modern day form of genocide”: lawyer

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Pam Palmater, one of Canada’s top lawyers, says the federal government must intervene.

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Randy Edmunds opposed to Muskrat Falls but says dam is inevitable

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“The best safeguard to me personally is to not go ahead with the project. But there’s a reality there, and as much as I want or I wish, that the project isn’t going to be stopped.”

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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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MUN Students’ Union pledges support for Make Muskrat Right

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“Students call on government, Nalcor to take action to protect Indigenous lives.”

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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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Muskrat Falls: Reconciliation, or Assimilation?

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As Nalcor prepares for the first phase of flooding, we take a closer look at the implications Muskrat Falls could have for reconciliation with Indigenous communities in Labrador.

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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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Poster campaign at MUN targets government over Muskrat Falls

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“It’s absolutely unacceptable. This is human life, this is a traditional way of living,” says student who posted hundreds of posters condemning Liberal MHAs.

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“Erasing our history”: Muskrat not a done deal for determined locals

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$11.4 billion later and counting, Labrador’s controversial hydroelectric dam has done irreversible damage, say three locals who traveled up the Grand River to Muskrat Falls Wednesday. But the reservoir isn’t flooded yet.

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Qalipu to elect new chief and council

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Members of Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation head to the polls on Friday to elect a new chief and council to lead the large, landless band through the next three years, which candidates expect will be difficult.

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The colonial roots of mental health and addiction among Indigenous Peoples in Canada

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Next time someone complains about “drunken Indians” or makes a “gas-sniffing” joke, remember how the legacy of systematic neglect, abuse, abduction, rape and genocide of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people persists today — and how we’re doing very little about it.

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Interview with Earle McCurdy

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During his first week on the job as the provincial NDP’s new leader, Earle McCurdy fields questions on Indigenous rights, Muskrat Falls, climate change, CETA, the fisheries, the economy and musical chairs in Cabinet

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Citizenship and aboriginal children

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Why forcing medical treatment on aboriginal Canadians isn’t as simple as forcing it on other Canadians, but we should probably do it anyway

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Stolen Sisters: Victims are only half of the crime

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Violence against Aboriginal women is not just about Aboriginal women; it is equally about those who commit the violence and the societal values and cultural attitudes that allow it to be commonplace

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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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Searching for identity

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From the Franklin Expedition to our missing and murdered women, Indigenous voices are being overshadowed

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