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On this week’s episode of Talking Radical Radio, publisher Jonathan Garlow talks about a new newspaper and website inspired by a new moment of indigenous resurgence in Canada and around the globe.
A new article from the Law Times revealed that by far the largest spending on legal battles by the Canadian government is taking place in what most people still know as “Indian Affairs”.READ MORE
On October 29th, 2013, Darlene Necan, an elected spokesperson of the off-reserve members of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen no. 258, was issued a stop work order by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources for building a house on land where her family grew up, on Saugeen territory.READ MORE
Hundreds of years ago when Onkwe:honwe (Indigenous) people had complete domain over this continent they commonly did one thing from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. They burned it. From the grassy plains of the west to the deciduous forests of Appalachia, an ecologically friendly method of controlled burning was developed and refined over theREAD MORE
The Massena Central School District recently announced that the district has been authorized to retain legal counsel to renegotiate an agreement between the district and the neighboring federallyrecognized St. Regis Tribe, pertaining to special education service provision for Native American students. The efforts by both the Massena Central and Salmon River Central school districts toREAD MORE
Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces the latest instalment of her continuing trial on Wednesday, August 28th at 10am, at the Cayuga courthouse. The charges against Jamieson stem from an incident on February 18, 2012, after Gary McHale and his supporters walked onto the reclaimed land of Kanonhstaton with a group of OPP officers. Toad has been defendingREAD MORE