A letter has been sent by the “14922000 CANADA ASSOCIATION” demanding that the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry “cease and desist” from issuing any “hunting tags or licences for deer or moose in Ontario due to the consequences of climate change in this region at this time.” The letter cites the needs for Indigenous people to rely on moose and deer for food subsistence or sustenance at a moment when wildfires caused by climate change have caused unprecedented damage to wildlife habitat.
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By Tim Ladouceur The Robinson Huron Treaty was signed in 1850. The Chiefs and Principal Men of the Tribes were responsible for the accepting and signing of the Treaty. The Chiefs alone could not...
BRANTFORD – A sovereign Indigenous cannabis store operating in downtown Brantford, Ontario was robbed on Tuesday Sept 12th by the Brantford Police department. Sovern 4/20, which opened the day before the raid occurred, is...
NAIG is truly one of the only events that brings together Indigenous youth from across North America to one meeting spot. The games are more than just athletic competition as it is a springboard for Indigenous youth to share ideas and form lasting bonds across Turtle Island.
On March 29th, 2023, Chief Del Riley had a discussion with members of Sagamok First Nation to talk about their opposition to what appears to be the selling out of their rights by the Indian Act Band Council.
The dates for the 3rd annual Indigenous Tattoo gathering in Tyendinaga are rapidly approaching. Here’s what you need to know about four day gathering taking place at the Legacy 420 event site at 756 York Rd, Shannonville, ON from May 19-22, 2023.
DARTMOUTH – When Micmac fisherman Daniel Francis attended the Dartmouth Provincial court on February 15th, 2023 he was accompanied by over a dozen supporters including two former National Chiefs – Del Riley and Putus Hector Pictou. On September 10th, 2021, Francis was pulled over by half a dozen DFO officers while driving a refrigerated reefer truck near Popes Harbour, Nova Scotia. The officers demanded ID from Francis, but they refused to explain why they were pulling him over in the first place.
There is a saying in Peru, if you’re born poor, you die poor. This saying applies to the rural Indigenous Peruvians where hopelessness abounds and equality of opportunity is nonexistent. You work to survive...
What’s happening in Peru should concern the rest of the world, especially Canadians who have considerable skin in this game. On December 7th, 2022, Pedro Castillo, the first rural Andean Indigenous President in Peru’s history, was removed from office after a conflict with the elite, wealthy corporate interests dominating Peru’s Congress.