The site where the Pacheedaht people originated — their Garden of Eden — is stunning. The Jordan River exits a 500-metre-deep canyon, then tumbles toward the sea through a jumble of immense boulders polished as smooth as beach pebbles.  

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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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Meet this Lax Kw’alaams woman, Christine Smith-Martin, who crashed Trudeau’s Petronas LNG decision announcement with a jar of SALMON!! 

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BREAKING RAW VIDEO: Voices from frontlines of Standing Rock.

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An Indigenous woman says she is committed to going without food while living out of a makeshift camp in protest of poor housing conditions on First Nations in Canada. Manitoba Hunger Strike

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As if the U.S. didn’t steal enough Native American land already, now it wants to take thousands of acres and hand them over to greedy oil giants.

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Forty-five years ago, mercury pollution from a pulp and paper mill poisoned hundreds of kilometres of waterways in northwestern Ontario. CBC News

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Loggers arriving at cut block A87125 in the forest above Roberts Creek Monday morning were greeted by a flaming log blockade across the access road.

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Selected Scenes from Students Against Pipeline Protest in Vancouver

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