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Cowichan Conversations: It Is Time For Ottawa To Become ‘Idle No More’

Richard Hughes Political Blogger

The Idle No More Movement has reopened an old problem and kicked off a new discussion in Canada regarding our relationship and responsibilities towards indigenous peoples. While it is easy to pick up on PM Harper’s desperate and racist wedge attack on Chief Theresa Spence and the Attawapiskat Nation . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: It Is Time For Ottawa To Become ‘Idle No More’

Cowichan Conversations: ‘Idle No More’ Independent From Chief Spence and Assembly Of First Nations

Idle No More Is An Independent Movement

The Idle No More Movement was the expression of concern of four Saskatchewan Native Woman had over the Stephen Harper Government’s plans to eliminate many environmental protections to lakes, streams, rivers and to arbitrarily deny existing aboriginal rights by decree.

CBC News reports

The ‘Idle No . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: ‘Idle No More’ Independent From Chief Spence and Assembly Of First Nations

Cowichan Conversations: The Canadian Conversation is Not One Dimensional-But The MSM Is! *Updated*

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger

The concentrated ownership of the corporate media has created predictable, dull and unreliable sources of news and information. Canadians have seen their once diverse ‘Mainstream Media’ devolve into a homogeneous blur too often failing to reflect the texture or variation of views that exist in our towns, cities, homes, workplaces . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The Canadian Conversation is Not One Dimensional-But The MSM Is! *Updated*

Cowichan Conversations: Massive Support For Chief Teresa Spence-Just Twitter ‘Idle No More’

Chief Teresa Spence is now on Day 15 of her strike on behalf of indigenous peoples struggles everywhere. She has vowed to continue her hunger strike until Canadian Prime Minister meets with her to deal with the deplorable living conditions so many Natives are facing nation wide. The call for justice is spreading and . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Massive Support For Chief Teresa Spence-Just Twitter ‘Idle No More’