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September 15, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Halifax Contingent Heads to Unama'ki to Join Anti-Drilling Partial Blockade

Fear of fracking spurs on growing movement to protect Lake Ainslie

» Listen: by Miles Howe

September 13, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Mi'kmaq to Obstruct Traffic to Fight Oil and Gas Exploration at Lake Ainslie

First Nations call for a complete halt to drilling in Cape Breton

September 13, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Mi'kmaq Community to Demonstrate at Canso Causeway

Protest follows government decision to allow test oil well drilling at Lake Ainslie

» Story: by Ben Sichel

August 31, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Wabanaki People Invite Solidarity in the Face of Threats to Their Land and Water

Long-standing alliance of Eastern indigenous peoples asks non-natives to join them

» Story: by Tracy Glynn

July 30, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Feds Un-freeze Funding for Kitpu Youth Centre

Public pressure forces government to back-pedal on cuts to CCAY

» Story: by Ben Sichel

July 7, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

An Exhibit That’s Been a Long Time Coming

The Snapshot: East Coast Contemporary Aboriginal Art exhibit fills a much needed and wanted gap in Halifax’s art world

» Listen: by Natascia L

July 4, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Plans Move Ahead to Save Kitpu Youth Program

Campaigning efforts demonstrate the Halifax community at large is behind the Mi’kmaq Native Friendship Centre

» Story: by Natascia L

June 20, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Community Rallies to Save Kitpu Youth Programs

50 people gather for emergency fundraising, long-term strategizing against federal cuts to Aboriginal programs

» Story: by Ben Sichel - 2 comments
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