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NEW EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Kanenhariyo & Chief Woos discuss police incursions into their Territories. 02/24/20

photo from Feb. 21, press conference in Tyendinaga Chief Woos & Kanenhariyo discuss today's OPP advancement in Tyendinaga and the new incursion of RCMP in Wet'suwet'en Territory. #RCMPout#OPPout Police moved in and made arrests this morning at the Wyman Rd. rail stoppage on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. At the same time, RCMP…
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2020 Tyendinaga Rail Blockade

Mohawk – Wet’suwet’en Alliance Strengthened with Hereditary Leaders’ Visit to Tyendinaga

The alliance between Mohawk and Wet’suwet’en people has been strengthened with a two day visit by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – On February 20th and 21st, a delegation of Hereditary Chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en visited Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory to thank the Mohawk people for…
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2020 Tyendinaga Rail Blockade

Transcripts of February 15 Meeting with Marc Miller

Real Peoples' Media has released edited transcripts of the meeting between the Mohawk People and Minister of Indigenous Services, Marc Miller. These transcripts are being released in a context of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) misrepresenting and misleading the public about the character of the meeting on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory…
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2020 Tyendinaga Rail Blockade

Complete Transcripts of Meeting between Marc Miller and Kanyen’kehaka (Mohawk)

Marc Miller meets with the Mohawks at the Council House February 15 2020 DOWNLOAD-TRANSCRIPTS-MINISTER-MARC-MILLER-MEETING-FEB-15-2020Download EDITED TRANSCRIPTS MEETING BETWEEN THE MOHAWK PEOPLE  AND  MARC MILLER, MINISTER OF INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS CANADA TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY RE: TYENDINAGA RAIL SHUTDOWN, FEB 15, 2020 Note: These transcripts have been edited to streamline the discussions for…
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2020 Tyendinaga Rail Blockade

Joint Mohawk – Wet’suwet’en Press Release

PRESS RELEASE February 21, 2020 TYENDINAGA – Today, the Mohawk people and Wet’suwet’en people stood in solidarity at the Mohawk Council House in Tyendinaga to affirm that they will not stand by and watch while Wet’suwet’en title and rights over their lands are ignored and while human rights abuses continue…
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