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How Wet’suwet’en butterflies offer lessons in resilience and resistance

25 February 2020

The Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en peoples collaborated in 1987 to challenge the British Columbia government and legally establish title to their ancestral territories. That landmark case, known as the Delgamuukw case, acknowledged that Aboriginal title over traditional lands exists and is possible to…

Forestry, Indigenous rights protests set for B.C. legislature during budget announcement

18 February 2020

VICTORIA (NEWS 1130) — Forestry workers and Indigenous rights demonstrators are heading to the B.C. legislature to send the province a message as the annual budget is set to be revealed. While the provincial budget isn’t expected to offer any surprises or big announcements, both groups gearing up…

Learning the Land: Walking the talk of Indigenous Land acknowledgements

30 October 2019

University, religious, sports and other gatherings often begin with an Indigenous Land acknowledgement. For instance, this article was written in Montréal, or Tiohtiá:ke, on the traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk), a place which has long served as a site of meeting and…

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Living the best of both worlds

22 January 2019

Imagine a world where sustainable development is no longer an oxymoron, one where the Earth is economically and ecologically stable and food and energy needs are met. It’s a place where habitats are preserved and pollution is limited. Don’t worry – you’re not alone if you can’t. But according to a…

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3rd INTERNATIONAL OPEN DATA CONFERENCE 2015, Enabling the Data Revolution When: 27-29 May 2015 Where: Ottawa, Canada   About the event Come and explore a wide variety of open data issues and collaborate on charting the future of open data at the 3rd International Open Data Conference, May 27-29,…