Environmental Racism: A Story of Colonization and Ecocide

By RAVEN / January 19, 2022 /

Join us on January 26th 4pm PST for a webinar, Environmental Racism: A Story of Colonization and Ecocide, in collaboration with Stop Ecocide Canada. The purpose of the webinar is to raise awareness on using international law, and specifically a crime of ecocide, to uphold Indigenous rights and environmental protection. Register: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NA_lKq7qRESZFQ7iv3EvbA In this third…

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Questions & reflections on the brink of light

By RAVEN / January 11, 2022 /

Though most of us are in the deep freeze of winter, the hours of darkness are getting shorter and the light is growing, bit by bit, every day. The conditions of nature are conducive to going inwards, while the restrictions of Covid demand that we contain ourselves and even, when necessary, isolate. In this time…

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VIDEO: CityTV will air Miaci: Canned Salmon Music Festival on Saturday, December 19

By RAVEN / December 10, 2021 /

Coastal First Nations, RAVEN and Salmon Nation are thrilled to share that CityTV will air Miaci: Canned Salmon Music Festival — featuring Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Carsen Gray, Jason Camp & the Poseurs, comedian Sasha Mark, Hayley Wallis, Murray Porter and more —  on Saturday, December 19! 

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Hearts strong for Wet’suwet’en

By RAVEN / November 24, 2021 /

Now more than ever the Wet’suwet’en community needs our support. Join benefit concert Dec 4: https://cannedsalmonmusicfest.com

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Youth gather holding signs in protest of fossil fuel. A youth centered in the photograph holds a sign that reads "Don't be a fossil fool"

On the eve of of COP26, BC’s climate failures are written on Indigenous land

By RAVEN / October 27, 2021 /

As world leaders gather at COP26 to negotiate in the face of the deadly reality of climate change, Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs from Gidimt’en clan have set up a blockade to prevent drilling beneath a salmon-bearing river.

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Double your impact for Beaver Lake Cree Nation

By RAVEN / October 21, 2021 /

All donations are being DOUBLED for Beaver Lake Cree Nation. Let’s carry this case all the way to the Supreme Court!

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Infographic illustrating Heiltsuk Nation’s legal challenge to Kirby Corp and BC over oil spill.

By RAVEN / October 13, 2021 /

Five years ago today, the Nathan E Stewart tug-barge sank in Heiltsuk territory. The spill devastated Gale Pass, a prime shellfish and salmon habitat that Heiltsuk have relied on for countless generations. Big thanks to Karissa Chandrakate @pangea1010 for putting together this infographic that articulates the crisis and legal case of Heiltsuk Nation. The Heiltsuk are…

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We’re Hiring an Organizer (Ontario)!

By RAVEN / October 7, 2021 /

Are you a talented and adept campaigner/organizer with a strong commitment to decolonization and environmental justice? Are you passionate about supporting Indigenous Nations’ legal actions to defend their lands, rights and title? Do you want to work with a team of talented and kind people to make a real difference in the world?  Join the country’s…

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Reconciliation Stories

By RAVEN / September 30, 2021 /

Last week, for National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, we asked the RAVEN community to share your stories of putting reconciliation into action. Here are some of the beautiful, courageous and difficult stories you shared. Marie Lloyd: A long time ago, in a galaxy nearer than my face,  there was an Indigenous-led mass arrest on…

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Wild for Salmon: Homalco and Tla’amin Nations appeal decision that would sideline them from fish farms challenge

By RAVEN / September 23, 2021 /

When four salmon farm companies filed a legal challenge to Canada’s decision to phase out open-net salmon farms in the Discovery Islands, Homalco and Tla’amin Nations stepped up. The Nations, known together as Sister Nations, applied to join the proceedings: with all five species of Pacific salmon in serious decline in their territories, Homalco and…

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