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How CAW, CUPE, Occupy, Six Nations & Anarchists Are All Connected

Someone emailed me a copy of this greatbarticle, but i am still trying to source it. it may seem long but it makes some very important connections our media outlets are too afraid to. 1,207 more words

Justifiable Paranoia

The drop-in

Here’s how you’d be received if you decided to one day show up at our place unannounced: coolly. Sure, I’d probably be happy to see you, but I’d also feel anxious because my place would likely be a mess and distracted because I’d likely have been in the middle of something before the doorbell rang. 513 more words

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Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team captures bronze medal at world championship

Ontario Regional Chief congratulates team

TORONTO – Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy Congratulates the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team representing the Haudenosaunee Confederacy on their third place finish in the World Lacrosse Championship this past Saturday in Denver, Colorado.

Red eye

Written at: 2:09am in Vancouver/5:09am in Toronto
Posted after a much needed six-hour *nap*

It occurred to me this week that I’d be embarking on a ritual I very rarely take part in: summer vacation. 540 more words

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6 Nations Shuts Down Line 9 Construction Site

http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/6_nations_standoff_danielle_int.mp3

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Thursday morning members of the 6 Nations community and their allies interrupted work at a Line 9 construction site to protest the building of the environmentally detrimental pipeline. 36 more words

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Iroquois nationals return to world field lacrosse championships

JOHN CHIDLEY-HILL, The Canadian Press (July 9) – The Iroquois nationals are playing for more than wins and losses at the world field lacrosse championships – they’re playing for their people’s international standing. 1,342 more words

Ontario says federal government to blame if dispute with Six Nations leads to unrest in Caledonia this summer

TORONTO — It’s Ottawa’s fault that a Six Nations confederacy is warning of “grave consequences” this summer if Ontario continues talking with other groups about access to disputed land in Caledonia, Economic Development Minister Brad Duguid said Friday. 575 more words

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