by Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive, Feb. 3, 2013: Andrea Landry, a member of the Anishinaable people and Youth Executive of the National Association of Friendship Centre in Canada, recently attended a meeting for Indigenous youth at the UN Headquarters in New York. In this interview with UNTV Multimedia Producer, Mary Ferreira, Andrea explains . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: In Canada, Indigenous youth fight for rights of women (VIDEO)
A few online polls suggest Idle No More is not supported by a majority of Canadians.
Though there appears to be no major polling done as of yet, three recent online polls give some idea about the popularity of Idle No More.
The larger of the polls was on Jan.3, Winnipeg Free Press had . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Idle No More Might Be Popular No More: Polls
Facing an unprecedented environmental crisis a world summit like no other was called.
“We have to do something, we can’t let our environment just die.” A member of the Dirt delegation said with the driest of throats.
Other representatives of the world’s nature lined the large circular table. Tree’s foreign minister sat there with . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Nature’s Environment Is Man
Canada is the maple leaf, the United States of America is the stars, one is modest and pragmatic, the other is idealized and constant. National symbols are chosen to represent countries, but somehow countries cannot help but represent their national symbols.
For the religious and industrious United States of America there is no better symbol . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Symbolizing The Maple Leaf