Published on Feb 13, 2013
Cherokee National Treasure, Noel Grayson, discusses the art of Bowmaking, and how he came to be one of the few experts in the field. In the next video in the series, Noel discusses traditional arrow making: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZeV9C…
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Trafficking report found a deep distrust of the police among many aboriginal women and girls
By Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press, Sept 19, 2014
Aboriginal women and girls are easy prey for human traffickers because they are more likely to suffer from poverty, drug addictions and mental-health problems, says a newly disclosed report. Read the rest of this entry
By Natalie Clancy, CBC News, Sept 18, 2014
A 71-year-old B.C. grandmother was shocked to learn her recent research for an upcoming National Energy Board hearing triggered a national security investigation.
Lesslie Askin says that on Aug. 3, she photographed Kinder Morgan’s aging storage tanks at the base of Burnaby Mountain.
Ten days later, she learned she was a terror suspect. Read the rest of this entry
by Zig Zag, Warrior Publications, September 18, 2014
“The knife is the smallest and most portable of all the cutting tools. Light and unobtrusive, the knife is readily available for hundreds of everyday tasks in bush living.”
(Mors Kochanski, Bushcraft, p. 109)
A knife is one of the most important tools for use in a wilderness area, whether for bushcraft or survival. It can be used to cut and carve wood for shelters, stakes, traps, hooks, spears, walking sticks, etc. It can be a vital tool when making a fire, from cutting and splitting wood to making friction fire drills, feather sticks, etc. A knife is used to clean, skin, and butcher animals or fish, to cut rope or cordage, etc. A knife can also be used as a weapon for self-defence. Read the rest of this entry
New documents show government watching protests on Enbridge pipeline reversal
By Adam Carter, CBC News, Sept 18, 2014
The federal government has been monitoring public protests and demonstrations in Hamilton since 2007, including several Enbridge related events, according to new documents released this week.
The Government Operations Centre, which prepares Ottawa’s response to emergencies, collected reports from seven protests in the Hamilton area in recent years that caught the federal government’s attention. Read the rest of this entry
By Jorge Barrera, APTN National News, Sept 18, 2014
The city of Gatineau, Que., has obtained a court order against protestors occupying a construction site where archeologists discovered thousand year-old artifacts.
The leader of the group, Roger Fleury, who says he’s chief for off-reserve Fort Colunge Algonquins, is scheduled to appear in court Thursday afternoon.
Fleury has vowed to stay at the occupied site, no matter what the city does. Read the rest of this entry
Warrior Publications received the following press release from Community United on Sept 17, 2014:
The following pictures are from Protests that have been held at the Mission Friendship Centre Society, in Mission, BC. The protests took place on September 8th, 10th & 12th, 2014.
The main issues are as follows:
1. Nepotism – The Executive Director Grace Cunningham, her Husband Damien George Sr. & her Son Devan Cunningham. They have turned the Centre into a Social Club for their family and friends. Their actions have been devastating on the Community. Read the rest of this entry
In their own words from “Camp Madii Lii”