Idle No More Protest
Idle No More, the indigenous movement that began a year ago today, says it has a database of 254,000 supporters. Some, however
About a dozen people from an Idle No More group based on the Akwesasne Mohawk reserve are marching today against shale gas
New Brunswick is normally seen as a quiet little province that does not get a lot of attention. That changed Thursday when
A nationwide CBC News/Nanos online survey suggests British Columbians are divided in the their view of the Idle No More movement
As Idle No More revs up across Canada, a new poll reveals Canadians aren't exactly behind the demonstrations. And money management
Protestors associated with the Idle No More movement disrupted traffic to the Ambassador Bridge today. The disruption was planned from 11a.m. to 2p.m. While disrupting traffic may seem harmless enough, it comes with substantial costs.
Calgary Police are investigating whether charges will be laid following an Idle No More protest on Saturday that blocked
As members of the federal government and First Nations community met behind closed doors today, demonstrators marched in
A group of several hundred Idle No More protesters took to Vancouver's streets this afternoon, calling for better treatment
Now that Prime Minister Harper is at least dragging his feet toward a January 11 meeting with aboriginal chiefs, we continue to see government and aboriginal leaders contradict each other about the effectiveness and sincerity of government efforts. The problem is a very complex one. Some of the complications result from imperfections in the performance of the aboriginal chiefs and some from imperfections in the performance of Canadian government chiefs. However, none will be resolved until both sides decide to talk openly and to trust one another. Did I mention that I am an idealist?