Seven days on the Bruce Trail for Indigenous Rights

Photo of a hiker wearing a backpack and a tag that reads "Canada Camino" They face away from the camera and are taking a photo of a landscape of trees and greenery.

In September 2021 the Canada Camino started a week-long hike across the Bruce Trail from Mono Mills heading North to Collingwood to raise money for Indigenous sovereignty and global food security. Organized by Aangen and Heart Space, a group of six hikers spent seven days learning about the land, respecting the ancestors who took care of it for time immemorial, and connecting to the spirit of the forest. 

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Stand with RAVEN #UnitedAgainstEnbridge October 1st

This week, we’re making history. On October 1st, First Nations, unions, and environmental groups will finally have their cases against Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers project heard in court. We’ve been working hard towards this day: for the past 12 months, community groups, businesses, and people like you have found amazingly creative ways to raise…

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