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Rally at the Courthouse: No Dam Way!

By Andrea Palframan / April 29, 2015 /

This Friday May 8, the Federal Government is going to try and throw out Tready 8’s Site C Court Case before it goes to trial in July. All of the legal teams for Treaty 8 and the communities— Doig River, West Moberley, McLeod Lake and Prophet River First Nations— who are involved in the court…

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Support Pull Together at Bandidas Taqueria on Earth Day!

By RAVEN / April 15, 2015 /

If you’re in Vancouver for Earth Day, come down to Bandidas Taqueria!! For Earth Day, Bandidas will be donating 25% of the day’s profits to Pull Together. Bring your friends. Eat and drink. Help us raise some funds for this important stand to protect the land and water… our earth.    

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Only Planet Cabaret playing a Pull Together show in Nanaimo

By RAVEN / April 14, 2015 /

The Only Planet Cabaret is a unique collaboration of 5 Salt Spring Island artists sharing a journey through story-telling, poetry, music and theatre. It’s been 44 years since the first Earth Day and the oceans are more acidic than ever, more species have gone extinct more rapidly than ever before, and carbon levels in the…

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Kamloops to host Chief Roland Willson May 14th

By Andrea Palframan / April 9, 2015 /

Join the gathering and show your support for protecting the Peace and First Nations as they work to preserve the opportunity to carry out their guaranteed treaty rights in the Peace River Valley. The B.C. and federal governments are pushing ahead with the Site C dam even though their own review panel found that it…

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VIDEO: The Nature of Justice with Dr. John Borrows

By Andrea Palframan / December 10, 2013 /

On a chilly night in early December, 2020, the RAVEN community gathered to listen, entranced, to a luminous storyteller who shared beautiful gems of wisdom. Anishinabe/Ojibwe scholar, lawyer and legal advisor to RAVEN, Dr. John Borrows, spoke about rights, relationship and reciprocity  from the place where Indigenous vision meets engaged allyship. “One of the reasons…

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