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Ahousaht Nation Resist a New Salmon Farm in BC

Click HERE to download the Mp3 File. Canadian western province British Columbia has been a popular site of salmon farms and has determinedly been targeted by many corporations wishing to occupy the land for fish extraction. Not only has this action significantly decreased the amount of fish in the sea, but it has also directly […]

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McGill University Receives Notice of Seizure by Kahentinetha Horn Regarding Stolen Land

[audio https://ia601508.us.archive.org/33/items/KahentinethaInterview/Kahentinetha%20Interview.mp3] Click Here to Download This Report On September 12, 2015, a Notice of Seizure was delivered to McGill University by Kahentinetha Horn of the Bear Clan, a member of the Kahnawake community. The notice outlined McGill’s use of Mohawk land that had never been sold by the Kahnawake community as well as the outstanding […]

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Communautés Mi’gmaq déposent une poursuite judiciaire contre projet ferroviaire explosif à Belledune

[audio https://ia601502.us.archive.org/33/items/Migmaqplaintejudiciare/Tanya%20Mi’gmaq%20(Final%20cut)%20mp3%20version.mp3] Click here to download audio.  En début juillet 2015, le Secrétariat Mi’gmawei Mawiomi (SMM), représentant les trois communautés Mi’gmaq de la région de Gaspé, a lancé une poursuite judiciaire contre la compagnie Chaleur Terminals Inc. Cette poursuite judiciaire a pour but d’arrêter la construction d’un projet ferroviaire explosif d’exportation de pétrole de sables bitumineux […]

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Indigenous Youth Activist Deplores National Energy Board’s Decision to Grant Enbridge Line 9B

[audio https://ia801503.us.archive.org/10/items/VanessaGrayInterviewFinalCutMp3/Vanessa%20Gray%20interview%20(Final%20cut)%20mp3.mp3] Click here to download audio. On June 18, the Canadian government’s National Energy Board (NEB)–an independent economic regulatory agency for pipelines, power lines, and oil and gas importation–imposed further conditions on Enbridge Inc.’s controversial Line 9B pipeline reversal project, stating that it must perform hydrostatic testing along three of its segments before it officially begins shipping crude […]

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Canada Indigenous

Challenging Medical Care: Interview with Anishnawbe Health Center in Toronto

Click HERE to download the Mp3 File. We are used to thinking about health care corresponding to Western medical treatment standards. What about all those Aboriginal communities in multi-ethnic Canada that do things the other way, how do they get treated by medical institutions? Very often other approaches to health treatment is perceived skeptically by mainstream […]

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“It’s Time for Healing:” Indian Residential School Survivor Criticizes TRC, Discusses Alternative Healing

[audio https://ia801500.us.archive.org/1/items/InterviewWithAudreyRedmanFinalCut1/Interview%20with%20Audrey%20Redman%20(Final%20cut)1.mp3] Click here to download audio. Though Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) held its closing ceremonies earlier this month, it does not mean the end for First Nations people’s experience with genocide in the country. CKUT’s Emma Noradounkian sat down with Audrey Redman, an Indian Residential School survivor, who gave a personal take on […]

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Interview with Annie Clair, a Mi’kmaq Land Defender

[audio https://archive.org/download/LandDefenderAnnieClair/Land%20Defender%20mp3.mp3] Click HERE to download the audio. CKUT had a chance to talk to Annie Clair, who is a Mi’kmaq land defender who still faces charges from her participation in the Mi’kmaq struggle against exploration for fracking by the company SWN Resources in Elsipogtog, in so- called “New Brunswick”. Our conversation took place in the context […]

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Missing, Murdered, but Unforgotten: An Interview with Quebec Native Women’s Association

[audio https://ia601501.us.archive.org/26/items/VivianeMichelMP3FileFinalCut/Viviane%20Michel%20MP3%20file%20(Final%20cut).mp3] Click here to download audio. “Missing, Murdered, but Unforgotten:Quebec Native Women’s Association President Responds to Harper’s Dismissal of National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and girls (MMIW)” During a question period at the Canadian House of Commons last Tuesday, June 2, Prime Minister Harper once again disregarded the TRC report’s call for a […]

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Interview with Terry Audla on Walk for Reconciliation in Ottawa

Click HERE to download the Mp3 file. Beginning May 31 and till June 3 the Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC) is holding its closing events in Ottawa. The Committee has been working hard to raise awareness about more than 120 years of injustice and suffering that Aboriginal Peoples of Canada went through in Indian Residential […]

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Indigenous

Grassy Narrows Walks Against Logging, Youth Group Issues Statement

[audio https://ia600307.us.archive.org/23/items/RandyFobisterBlog/Randy%20Fobister%20blog.mp3] Click here to download audio Community members in the Grassy Narrows First Nation in northern Ontario undertook a “Walk to Protect Grassy Narrows Traditional Land Use Area from Destruction” last weekend. The event, organized in part by Band Councilor Randy Fobister along with grassroots community members, was a display of ongoing resistance to industrial logging in their Territory by people […]

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Indigenous

Interview with Kanahus Manuel

Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp Stands Up to Imperial Metals and the Mount Polley Mine Disaster [audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/kanahus_manuel_final.mp3] Click here to download audio Kanahus is a mother and warrior from the Secwpemc Nation in the Shuswap region of so-called British Columbia. She has been active in fighting against development projects and corporations such as the Sun Peaks […]

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First Nations National Day of Resistance organized in Ottawa and Canada-wide on May 14

[audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/jode_kechego_mixdown_1.mp3] Click here to download audio On May 14th, over a thousand people gathered in Ottawa for a Day of National Resistance organized to protest against recent government relations with First Nations people. There were also many companion events organized across the country. The protest was centered on three key issues. The first was the […]

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CKUT Live Broadcast from the Annual March for Missing and Murdered Women (Feb 14/14)

On February 14, CKUT’s community news collective and Native Solidarity News team were broadcasting live from Place Emilie Gamelin for the annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Women. Tune in to 90.3 FM, or online at http://www.ckut.ca, or come down and participate in the event and broadcast! More info below. Hour 1 [audio https://archive.org/download/MissingJusticeHour1/missing%20justice%20hour%201.mp3] To download the […]