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Zoë Ducklow
A camp at Fairy Creek in October. Photo: James MacDonald / Capital Daily

November 25, 2021

Deferrals and changes to logging legislation is coming. But the activists aren’t leaving

The first thing you need to understand about Fairy Creek, if you’ve never been to Fairy Creek, is that the real fight isn’t in Fairy Creek. It’s beside it in Granite Creek, and above it at Ridge Camp, and to the west in the Walbran Valley.

First Nations leaders
Haisla Tweet Nov 2021

Another Haisla Hereditary Chief/Matriarch speaking out. If you know the history of the allyships these nations have held for generations & the havoc CGL pipeline/governments have caused w divide & conquer tactics. Haisla are top investors in CGL but it’s all falling down…

Patricia Lane
Gitxsan youth Shay Lynn Sampson is doing her part to ensure the Coastal GasLink pipeline never gets built. Photo by Melissa Cox

Nov. 22, 2021

As part of a series highlighting the work of young people in addressing the climate crisis, writer Patricia Lane interviews Gitxsan youth Shay Lynn Sampson who is doing her part to ensure the Coastal GasLink pipeline never gets built. She was among those arrested in Friday's RCMP raids.

Amanda Follett Hosgood
Photojournalist Amber Bracken documenting the police raid at the Unist’ot’en Healing Centre on Feb. 10, 2020. Bracken and documentary filmmaker Michael Toledano were arrested at another camp kilometres from the healing centre on Friday. Photo by Amanda Follett Hosgood.

Nov. 20, 2021

Three members of the news media are among the dozens arrested on Wet’suwet’en territory. Two journalists remain in custody.

As I write this, two colleagues are sitting in a jail cell in Prince George, B.C. They were arrested Friday as journalists doing their jobs.

I met award-winning photojournalist Amber Bracken nearly two years ago at the Unist’ot’en Healing Centre, where we were covering the last police action on Wet’suwet’en territory.

Erica Portnoy
Apple bikeys

[Very interesting organization--the Electronic Frontier Foundation. - Gene McGuckin]

Nov. 12, 2021

Kenny Stancil
Various student unions took to the streets of Kolkata, India on November 19, 2021 to celebrate and congratulate the farmers on the retraction of farm laws against which they have been protesting for a year. (Photo: Debarchan Chatterjee/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
November 19, 2021

"After a year of strikes—and having faced brutal repression that claimed some 700 lives—India's farmers are victorious in their struggle."

Workers' rights activists around the globe rejoiced on Friday after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that his government will repeal three corporate-friendly agricultural laws that the nation's farmers have steadfastly resisted for more than a year.


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