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There are also the Senate Bills:
CLICK HERE FOR MORE IN DEPTH ANALYSIS OF ALL BILLS.
Below are documents outlining the current bills which Idle No More is fighting against in Canada. They attack indigenous sovereignty, fail to fulfill treaty obligations, and threaten the environment for all Canadians – the effects of which will be felt across borders if it is not stopped. Please take some time to inform yourselves.
Harper Bill To Amend The Indian Act Dr Pamela Palmater Nov 18 2012
Host: Russ Letica from the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation
Welcome Dr. Pamela D. Palmater who is an Associate Professor and the author of Beyond Blood Rethinking Indigenous Identity. She will be speaking about BILL C-428. An Act to amend the Indian Act (publication of by-laws) and to provide for its replacement. Length 1:36:09
Russell Diabo: a Chronology of Canada-First Nations Relationship Feb 27 2013
Russell Diabo, member of the Mohawk Nation at Kahnawake, Editor First Nations Strategic Bulletin, and First Nations Policy Analyst will be speaking this Friday on January 25 at 10 am on issues affecting Indigenous Peoples and meeting with labour and community allies. Given the important developments around the Defenders of the Land, the Idle No More movement, the Chief Theresa Spence’s sacred hunger strike, and the upcoming Indigenous-Canada-Quebec social forum General Assembly this weekend in Ottawa on Algonquin Territory, this is a timely event to hear from a person on the front lines of Indigenous struggles today. Length 53:02
More information about Idle No More can be found at the official website IdleNoMore.ca
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