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Cliff Standingready talks in Oshawa #idleNoMore
IDLE NO MORE MANIFESTO We contend that: The Treaties are nation to nation agreements between Canada and First Nations who are sovereign nations. The Treaties are agreements that cannot be altered or broken by one side of the two Nations. The spirit and intent of the Treaty agreements meant that First Nations peoples would share the land, but retain their inherent rights to lands and resources. Instead, First Nations have experienced a history of colonization which has resulted in outstanding land claims, lack of resources and unequal funding for services such as education and housing. We contend that: Canada has become one of the wealthiest countries in the world by using the land and resources. Canadian mining, logging, oil and fishing companies are the most powerful in the world due to land and resources. Some of the poorest First Nations communities (such as Attawapiskat) have mines or other developments on their land but do not get a share o... f the profit. The taking of resources has left many lands and waters poisoned -- the animals and plants are dying in many areas in Canada. We cannot live without the land and water. We have laws older than this colonial government about how to live with the land. We contend that: Currently, this government is trying to pass many laws so that reserve lands can also be bought and sold by big companies to get profit from resources. They are promising to share this time...Why would these promises be different from past promises? We will be left with nothing but poisoned water, land and air. This is an attempt to take away sovereignty and the inherent right to land and resources from First Nations peoples. We contend that: There are many examples of other countries moving towards sustainability, and we must demand sustainable development as well. We believe in healthy, just, equitable and sustainable communities and have a vision and plan of how to build them. Please join us in creating this vision.
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Seismic stations installed in northwestern Oklahoma to track quakes
More than 60 earthquakes have rattled the northwest part of Oklahoma this week alone. In an effort to better track the seismic activity, researchers with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, the Conoco Phillips School of Geology and the University of Okl Subscribe to KOCO on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lGfjIl Get more Oklahoma City news: http://koco.com Like us:http://facebook.com/koco5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/koconews Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KOCO/posts
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Avalon's Nechalacho Project Naming Ceremony
September 21, 2009 CBC Northbeat coverage of Avalon Rare Metal's Nechalacho project naming ceremony by the Yellowknives Dene First Nations. More details: http://www.avalonraremetals.com/news/2009/index.php?&content_id=212
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