idle no more movement
OTTAWA - On the one-year anniversary of Idle No More, the aboriginal rights movement, about 50 activists marched from Victoria
These Idle No More drums are not just for us: they beat for you because the legislation we are protesting does not just harm us -- it hurts you and your children and your grandchildren. I cannot tell you what path to follow. I cannot tell you to join our protest. But I can tell you the story of what we know of these legislative changes and how they will forever change our relationship with the land and water. The circle of those dances is not complete until you join us. I know that it is up to you to know your own journey. I know, however, that many of you have hearts open to hear this call.
A nationwide CBC News/Nanos online survey suggests British Columbians are divided in the their view of the Idle No More movement
We are pleased to provide this opportunity for us to reflect on the best moments in Canadian democracy. This year, you nominated five worthy candidates -- the Quebec Student Movement, Female Premiers, Checks and Balances, the Speaker's protection of minority voices, and Idle No More -- and the votes are in.
As Idle No More revs up across Canada, a new poll reveals Canadians aren't exactly behind the demonstrations. And money management
As members of the federal government and First Nations community met behind closed doors today, demonstrators marched in
As Idle No More protests continue to grow, comparisons are being made to the grassroots Occupy Wall Street movements that
Idle No More was sparked by the Conservative government's Bill C-45 legislation that makes it easier to lease reserve land
MONTREAL - The aboriginal movement known as Idle No More continued to gain strength beyond Canada's borders on Tuesday as
Idle No More started with four women holding teach-ins in Saskatchewan, but has now spread as far and wide as Palestine and