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Indigenous rights

The contest comes in the wake of the Nova Scotia lobster dispute.
Police say that when an officer responded to the call he was confronted by a woman with a knife.
The current national crisis has reopened old wounds.
Eve Saint, daughter of a Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief, stayed in the territory for weeks, until the RCMP closed in.
Declaratory powers, constitutional powers and rule of law can be used to push projects through in the national interest.
Lack of access to clean water is something that has long existed in this country, and it still does today.
Nahneebahweequay met with Queen Victoria in 1860 in an effort to right injustices.
An international crime demands nothing short of an international intervention.