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Left Over: Right, Right, you’re bloody well Right…

Former Tory minister on the hot seat over Enbridge lobbying gig by Kady O’Malley Posted: January 7, 2014 9:00 AM Last Updated: January 7, 2014 8:58 AM CBC online I was a bit disappointed in the lack of a big anti-pipeline presence outside the location of the Harpster’s meeting with the BC Bored of . . . → Read More: Left Over: Right, Right, you’re bloody well Right…

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’

Crazy Bitches R Us: Is there a precedent for an Attawpiskat win in court?

A few people have asked us if a First Nation has ever successfully used the courts to kick out a Third Party Manager before. The answer is yes. In 2001 a First Nation in Ontario, the Pikangikum First Nation, asked for a judicial review after Indian Aff… . . . → Read More: Crazy Bitches R Us: Is there a precedent for an Attawpiskat win in court?

Crazy Bitches R Us: Is there a precedent for an Attawpiskat win in court?

A few people have asked us if a First Nation has ever successfully used the courts to kick out a Third Party Manager before. The answer is yes. In 2001 a First Nation in Ontario, the Pikangikum First Nation, asked for a judicial review after Indian Affairs refused to provide funding to the community unless . . . → Read More: Crazy Bitches R Us: Is there a precedent for an Attawpiskat win in court?