When opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline galvanized the support of hundreds of US tribes, it became an unprecedented show of Indian Country unity and resolve. Now, it’s a global indigenous movement.

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The government’s approval of a controversial gas pipeline in B.C. responds to a global “thirst” for Canada’s natural resources, but it shouldn’t be read as a likely green light for other energy projects, says Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr. LNG approval reaction

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Selected Scenes from Students Against Pipeline Protest in Vancouver

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They came all the way from the Amazon to stand with Standing Rock. The Sarayaku have successfully resisted Big Oil and they’ve come to extend their solidarity in this fight to defeat the #dapl. Their delegation met yesterday with Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault. Video produced by Indigenous Environmental Network in collaboration withAmazon Watch Shout out […]

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Our Leaders Have Spoken. The authority of the Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw people comes from 13000+ years of having a respectful relationship with our lands and waters. When we say our waters are hurting because of fish farms, they are. It’s time for BC and Canada to listen now. Thank you to all who came out to […]

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1998 Greenpeace public service announcement Narrated by David Suzuki Written, directed and produced by Silvaine Zimmermann A piece about the dangers if oil drilling and hydrocarbon exploration exploration off Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands), Pacific West Coast of Canada. Underwater footage of sea lions frolicking around Gwaii Haanas (South Moresby) National Park Reserve with music […]

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John and Mary Williams, who have dedicated their lives to demonstratively living free, self-sustaining, and independent lives, living off the land, as Lil’Wat citizens, with their 9 children, 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren learning the old ways.

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This is a Pitch video for making LEGACY. Legacy is about John and Mary’s family, who have dedicated their lives to asserting their freedom and independence as LIL’WAT people. Their efforts helped establish the first Aboriginally run school in Canada. They take no government funding, even refusing the so called blood-money for the horrors experienced […]

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