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consent means consent not consultation, coercioconsent means consent not consultation, coercion or “after the decision is made,” notification.n or after the decision, notification PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 12:46

 

consent means consent not consultation, 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 June 2019 12:48
 
Monsanto’s “Rain of Death” on Canada’s Forests PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Thursday, 16 May 2019 13:42
 
By Joyce Nelson
 
 
egion: Canada
 
Theme: Biotechnology and GMO, Law and Justice
 
altFirst Nations in Ontario have run out of patience. For 43 years, the forest industry has been conducting aerial spraying of glyphosate herbicide on Indigenous lands – a “rain of death” used in forest management practice that has slowly been killing off a wide range of animals, plants, fish and insects. First Nations have tried to stop this practice since the 1990s through a variety of measures including meetings with logging companies and government officials, protests and reports, but all to no avail. The “rain of death” keeps coming.
 
 
Now, members of the Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Elders of the North Shore of Lake Huron say they will be going to court to force the Canadian federal government to live up to Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850. That treaty guarantees First Nations in the area the right to hunt, fish, gather berries and use plant medicines in traditional territories. The TEK Elders say that by allowing the aerial spraying to continue, the Trudeau government is violating this treaty and the Constitution Act of 1982, which reaffirms those rights.
 
“We’re done waiting,” Raymond Owl, one of the founding members of TEK, told the press in April. [1] Formed in 2014, the TEK Elders group is comprised of Elders from 21 bands in the area.
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Open Letter to Jason Kenny PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Dragon Slayer   
Monday, 13 May 2019 10:45

DearJason Kenny,

 

Thank you so much for accepting responsibility for turning off the taps to BC.

Your friendly "overworked and underepresented" environmentalist.

 

What the %^&*$#@ are you thinking shutting down Alberta's oil exports to BC?

Your not so friendly oil industry.

Your not so happy oil patch worker.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2019 11:11
 
Canadian Military Spying Activities Require More Scrutiny: Watchdog PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Thursday, 11 April 2019 06:51

 

A committee flagged the possibility that Canadians' rights may be infringed.

 

By Jim Bronskill  

https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2019/04/09/canadian-military-spying-activities-require-more-scrutiny-watchdog_a_23709085/

The facade of the headquarters of the Department of National Defence is pictured in Ottawa, on April 3, 2013. ADRIAN WYLD/CP

 

 

 

 
The facade of the headquarters of the Department of National Defence is pictured in Ottawa, on April 3, 2013. 
ADRIAN WYLD/CP
 
OTTAWA — A national-security watchdog has called for stricter controls on the Canadian military's spying, including the possibility of legislation spelling out when and how defence intelligence operations can take place.
 
In a report issued Tuesday, the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians said National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces have one of the largest intelligence programs in Canada, yet these operations get little outside scrutiny.
 
The committee, which examined thousands of pages and received several closed-door briefings, found that defence agencies carry out a full range of intelligence activities, collecting information through sensitive methods including technical means, human sources and investigations.
 
It says these activities entail considerable risks, including possible infringements on Canadians' rights.
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 April 2019 07:51
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2001The Criminalization of Dissent The Ottawa Citizen Sat 18 Aug 2001 PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 09 April 2019 14:51

2001The Criminalization of Dissent The Ottawa Citizen Sat 18 Aug 2001

The complete 5 part series on "the criminalization of dissent"

Keeping the public in check: Special Mountie team, police tactics
threaten right to free speech and assembly, critics say; Police
targeting ordinary Canadians 'because they don't like their politics'
The Ottawa Citizen Sat 18 Aug 2001 News A1 / Front Series David Pugliese
and Jim Bronskill

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