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LATEST NEWS

PODCAST: Staking the Nation

Welcome to Episode 1 of RAVEN’s new mining justice podcast series, Plunder: True Crimes, Canadian Mines. This is a show that looks beneath the surface of mining in Canada, a country that’s home to 60%…

5 Actions Heiltsuk has taken to Protect their Ocean Territory to Inspire YOU to Help this Oceans Day!

World Oceans Day is tomorrow, and as everyone is out celebrating the oceans they love, Heiltsuk is doing all they can to clean up Q’vúqvai (known as Gale Creek). A devastating diesel spill in 2016…

From Blockades to Moratorium to Land Declaration: How Grassy Narrows has Banned Industrial Forestry on their Territory

The Blockade On December 3rd, 2002, two sisters from Asubpeeschoseewagong (Grassy Narrows First Nation) Anishinabek wanted to stop clear-cut logging on their territory. After trying to fall some trees on the road and a broken…

The Truth about Nuclear Energy: Is it Really Green?

As temperatures rise and the impacts of climate change continue to alter our relationship with the environment around us, governments and industry tout nuclear power as a “zero-emission” energy source. But as we already know…

A Nuclear Meltdown on Kebaowek First Nation’s Territory… with U.S. President Jimmy Carter?!

We have learned so much about the impacts of industry on the natural world. Billions of dollars have been spent on science and technology to figure out what kinds of impacts occur when we clear-cut…

Indigenous-led Assessment Urges Relocation of Radioactive Waste Dump from Ottawa River

Since time immemorial, the Kebaowek First Nation have been the caretakers of their ancestral lands and the life-giving waters of the Kichi Sibi (Ottawa river). Despite the ongoing harms of colonization, the resilient spirit of…

RAVEN is hiring a Development Coordinator!

About RAVEN Join Canada’s only charitable organization dedicated to advancing Indigenous rights and environmental protection through fundraising for access to justice. Fundraising is in our DNA: everything we do has the simple, powerful goal of…

7 Ways Mining in B.C. is mean and not green

Gitxaala Nation is teaming up with RAVEN to force B.C. to live up to the claim that it is a world leader in social and environmental responsibility in its mining sector.

Video: Indigenous Wisdoms for Sustainable Futures

On May 14th, RAVEN was in Toronto hosting an important conversation on the vital role of Indigenous perspectives in climate and environmental protection. RAVEN’s Leslie Anne St. Amour was joined by Desneige Frandsen, Indigenous Youth…