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Kanehsatà:ke Flood Damage Relief solidarity fund

  To donate to the campaign being organized by Settlement Reparations for Indigenous Peoples Montreal and Surrounding Area on behalf of Kanesatake Emergency Preparedness Team, please go to their Go Fund Me page. URGENT. Need direct support immediately. Besoin d'un support direct immédiatement. (Version française en bas.) Kanehsatà:ke Mohawk Territory…
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Rotiskenrakehetes Intensive Training Camp – July 31 to Aug 6, 2017

    A Rotiskenrakehete intensive training camp will be held from July 31 to August 6th 2017 within Kanonsonnonionwe Territory. The exact location will be announced to selected participants at a future date. To apply to participate in the training please fill the form below. (this form will be live…
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Onkwehon:we Health and the Keto Lifestyle: an interview with Tehoia Tathe

Tehoia Tathe is an Oneida man living in Akwesasne. He is a power-lifter and recently has been experimenting with the Ketogenic lifestyle as a means of regaining his health and wellbeing. Tehoia Tathe speaks about how the Keto diet is relevant to Onkwehon:we people seeking to escape the shackles of…
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Spies in our midst: RCMP and CSIS snoop on green activists

  By Bruce Livesey | National Observer | May 5 2017 This is the first installment in a two-part investigative series on governments, spies, and the oil and gas industry to be published by the National Observer “Mr. Tremblay, do you remember me?” Ron Tremblay was just walking out of the…
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NYS Ignores Senecas and Budgets In Gaming Revenue:  Ignorance, Arrogance or intimidation?

By John Kane | April 29, 2017 First, let's put the simple facts out there: in all of the legalese, questions of fairness, who is regulating who, what is permitted and what is agreed upon; the one thing that is definitive and indisputable is that there is no mention of…
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How Canada set up Aboriginal treaties to keep First Nations down

The following is excerpted from "Canada’s Colonial Constitution," an essay by John Borrows, published in The Right Relationship: Reimagining the Implementation of Historical Treaties. The book, from University of Toronto press, comprises scholarly essays on the history of First Nations treaties with Canada and on the challenges they present today. By…
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Water protector Todd Williams faces court battle with Enbridge over Onkwehon:we rights

By Tom Keefer HAMILTON – Todd Williams, a Cayuga man of the Snipe Clan, was in Superior Court on Wednesday April 26th, facing a legal action initiated by the Enbridge corporation. Williams and another Six Nations man, Wayne Hill are in court because they have exercised their Onkwehon:we rights to hunt…
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Sharing the Laws of the Land presentation Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant

From the Walrus Talks National Tour: We Desire a Better Country. Recorded April 22nd, 2017 in the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown. The Walrus Talks National Tour is a Canada 150 Signature Initiative and would not be possible without our sponsors. Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant is a Mohawk woman…
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