Weekly News Roundup (Sept 9 – Sept 15): News you may have missed this week
Here’s our Weekly News Round up for September 9 to 15th!
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The Monitor: What would it look like if Canada respected Indigenous rights?
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Indiginews: In Nevada, Indigenous land protectors face off with a Canadian mining company
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Times Colonist: Tree-sitter protesting T’Sou-ke project says supporter attacked
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The Narwhal: Fighting for food sovereignty amid worsening wildfires
Read more on this story from the Narwhal here
CBC: Beyond two-spirit: Indigenous people look to revive traditional LGBTQ terms
CBC: Gwich’in celebrate cancellation of oil exploration leases in Alaska’s Arctic refuge
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The Tyee: When an Ecosystem Burns, How Do We Tally the Loss?
The Guardian: ‘It’s dangerous work’: new generation of Indigenous activists battle to save the Amazon
Read more on this story by The Guardian here
The Toronto Star: What’s at stake for the Assembly of First Nations in the upcoming election?
Read more on this story by The Toronto Star here