Olympics: Housing and Promises, Land and Justice.

When one thinks of the Olympics, we conjure up images of honour, integrity, and fair play. It’s a time when athletes from around the world gather to challenge themselves, to try and set new world records, and to even ‘bring home the gold!’ As citizens, we’re led to believe it’s a privilege to play host […]

Harriet Nahanee – Public Inquiry Being Sought

Please find enclosed the press release regarding Harriet Nahannee’s death as a direct result of her incarceration. The call for a public inquiry to answer the below questions has gone out and we are also forwarding it to the European Support groups, who are looking into a campaign on Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples especially […]

First Nations Activist Dies After Release from Jail

First Nations Activist Dies After Release from Jail By Zoe Blunt, www.zoeblunt.gnn.tv 24 Feb 2007 In memory of Harriet Nahanee, age 71 VANCOUVER – A community is in mourning following news of the death of a great-grandmother who fought to defend aboriginal rights and the environment. Activist Harriet Nahanee died at St. Paul’s Hospital in […]

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