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Australia Still Favours Profit Over Aboriginal Heritage
Society
Australia Still Favours Profit Over Aboriginal Heritage
September 6, 2021

Rio Tinto may claim it is “not proud of many parts of our history at Marandoo,” but legislation has so far favoured giant corporations and their exploitation of land, Ramona Wadi writes.

What’s Worse Than Catholic Churches Burning Down Across Canada?
July 14, 2021

The West is on the cusp of a massive right-wing backlash from reckless liberal policies that refuse law and order its rightful place in the political establishment.

What’s Worse Than Catholic Churches Burning Down Across Canada?
Society
Discovery of Mass Grave of 215 First Nations Children Shines Spotlight Onto Uncomfortable Truths
History
Discovery of Mass Grave of 215 First Nations Children Shines Spotlight Onto Uncomfortable Truths
June 10, 2021

The facts show that the injustices of the past have not disappeared, but merely changed forms over the past decades and continue to distort and traumatize in lesser understood modes through the present day.

Canada’s Colonial Legacy Reflects Global Impunity for Settlercolonialism
June 5, 2021

Canada’s recent discovery not only alludes to the existence of other mass graves in the country. It also sheds light on the global colonial legacy and how the military empire expanded through exploitation of indigenous lands.

Canada’s Colonial Legacy Reflects Global Impunity for Settlercolonialism
Society
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Canadian Hypocrisy Shines Embarrassingly With New Accusations of China’s Muslim Genocide
Security
Canadian Hypocrisy Shines Embarrassingly With New Accusations of China’s Muslim Genocide
March 3, 2021

China has managed to both find a sustainable cure for terrorism without destroying a single nation, while providing a foundation for extending the Belt and Road into the Middle East and beyond, Matthew Ehret writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
February 2, 2021

The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
World
Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
Editor's Сhoice
Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
January 20, 2021

The U.S. Forest Service will release the final version of the environmental analysis for the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange in three days’ time and a full year ahead of schedule as a result of pressure from the Trump administration, according to local officials.

Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
December 26, 2020

The tension is palpable in northern Minnesota where a Native-led protest movement is getting ready to square off with Enbridge over the massive Line 3 oil pipeline being built to carry crude from Canada to the Great Lakes. By Alan […]

Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
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