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Ricochet Feb 15
This piece on what the ‘rule of law’ means for the and Canada keeps getting traffic. The conflict is about more than a pipeline, and it's encouraging that people want to understand:
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“It’s the responsibility of all of us. We got here to this place and leaders, elected leaders need to do their jobs, and that is to lead, to de-escalate the situation,” told Global.
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Duncan McCue 20h
Indigenous groups need 'guarantees' on land rights before getting trains back on track: Oka Crisis veteran My piece ahead of Sunday's on B.C. pipeline protests
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Untangling the ‘rule of law’ in the Coastal GasLink pipeline standoff via
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👀 Seems like everyone is following our reporting on . Want to help fund it?
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NEW: Wet'suwet'en bahlat, otherwise known as a feast or potlatch, reaffirms Coastal GasLink and RCMP must go. “The resolve of our people is unwavering,” - hereditary chief Smogelgem.
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Senator Murray Sinclair writes on what he thinks is required to end the B.C. pipeline dispute.
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Torrance Coste 5h
Another good primer on rule of law and Wet'suwet'en territory:
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Alternative routes were on the table for the CGL pipeline, but the company appears to have rejected them largely due to the delays and additional costs they would impose.
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On 🎙️This Week in Podcasts🎙️: 🔥🔥hosts + to explore the Wet'suwet'en Coastal GasLink solidarity blockades, +🌾🌾talk provincial curriculum, 📽️📽️uncage + more 🇨🇦📻🎉
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Good thread by CBC’s on the alternate pipeline routes that CGL rejected. It’s hard to evaluate their reasons for rejecting them, but losing $800 million seems to have been one factor.
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Jerome 18h
Worth sharing ... and sharing.
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Hereditary chief Smogelgem announces that the feast has reaffirmed their position. CGL and RCMP must leave their lands.
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CBC News Alerts 19h
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says modest progress was made at Saturday's meeting with Mohawks near Belleville, Ont. It's not known when a demonstration blocking railway tracks will end. Miller says he'll speak to PM Trudeau tonight and discuss next steps with cabinet.
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Dave Evans Feb 15
Catalunya: Part one of a documentary series via
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This piece from last year by for the remains relevant. Law is on the side of Indigenous group in pipeline dispute, say legal experts.
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Ricochet Feb 14
This month Spain's new left coalition government is opening talks with the pro-independence government of Catalonia. To unpack this complex and dynamic situation, Ricochet presents a three-part documentary series by Emmanuelle Boileau. Part 1:
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Leena 24h
. covering on February 14th, 2020. The article mentions and Please read Jerome Turner's full account of detainment and experience with RCMP here:
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Ricochet Feb 15
This piece on what the ‘rule of law’ means for the and Canada keeps getting traffic. The conflict is about more than a pipeline, and it's encouraging that people want to understand:
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