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Regina Colonialism No More camp shutting down

After a meeting of those involved, members of the Colonialism No More Solidarity camp have decided to pack up and leave.

The camp started as a stand of solidarity with similar protests around Canada, and remained for four months as a meeting ground for people to talk about First Nations issues. 362 more words

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Crude Peace Treaty Rejected by PM

The Prime Minister has stepped in to reject a ‘crude’ peace treaty drawn up by Alan Powell. It was received on the 13th August in the capital of New Charter and was passed onto the Imperial Grand Duke himself. 200 more words

Imperial State News

‘Dealing With Dysfunction’

Instead of accommodating race laws, it would be far better for everyone if industry would release statements to the Canadian people on the ridiculousness of this system, and the limited economic future that awaits Canada if we continue down this path. 2,102 more words

Aboriginal Industry

‘Dealing With Dysfunction’

Instead of accommodating race laws, it would be far better for everyone if industry would release statements to the Canadian people on the ridiculousness of this system, and the limited economic future that awaits Canada if we continue down this path. 2,097 more words

Aboriginal Industry

‘Tribes In The News: Siksika’

‘Treaty adjustments’ are one of the many costly effects of Race Based Law. In 13 years, this tribe {a ‘nation’ of 7,320 people} has received over 1/4 of a billion dollars ($255,000,000) in ‘land settlements’ alone. 1,393 more words

Aboriginal Industry

Clearing Things Up w/RPF

Hey-o everyone

So, obviously, this is just to clear things up. The treaty that was made to give Water Vikings 5 servers (Polar, Snow Day, Great White, Avalanche, and Ascent) in return for no invasions or transfers to allies has been agreed to and will stay in agreement. 32 more words

Stuff

First Nations decry exclusion by industry, government after oil spill

First Nations chiefs are frustrated with Husky Oil and government regulators for ignoring them before and since a massive oil spill in Treaty Six territory last week released up to 250,000 litres into the North Saskatchewan River. 345 more words

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