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Spies in our midst: RCMP and CSIS snoop on green activists

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35 Indigenous anti-shale gas protesters in N.B. on RCMP ‘threat’ list

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Mi’kmaq face RCMP riot cops on Oct 17, 2013, near Elsipogtog, NB.

313 activists across Canada secretly investigated, 89 profiled, Ottawa researchers discover

By Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon, CBC News, November 17, 2016

Thirty-five of the 89 Indigenous activists secretly investigated and profiled by the RCMP as potential threats to public safety have ties to New Brunswick, a recently released document shows. Read the rest of this entry

Identities of two Mi’kmaq Warriors on RCMP ‘threat’ list revealed

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Women warriors at a tire fire blockade on Hwy 11, Dec 2, 2013, during resistance to SWN exploratory work for fracking.

by Jorge Barrera, APTN National News, November 10, 2016

APTN National News has identified two of the individuals on a list of 89 Indigenous rights activists considered “threats” by the RCMP following a review of details contained in a recently released report compiled by the federal police force’s intelligence centre. Read the rest of this entry

The RCMP’s “Project Sitka” full PDF document

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For your viewing pleasure, the full PDF document of Project Sitka, which identified 89 Indigenous people regarded as “threats.”  To view the PDF click: project-sitka-report

RCMP intelligence centre compiled list of 89 Indigenous rights activists considered “threats”

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Mi’kmaq warriors at tire fire blockade near Elsipogtog, New Brunswick, December 2013.

by Jorge Barrera, APTN National News, November 7, 2016
Rattled by Idle No More and Mi’kmaq-led anti-shale gas demonstrations, the RCMP compiled a list of 89 individuals considered “threats” as part of an operation aimed at improving the federal police force’s intelligence capacity when facing Indigenous rights demonstrations, according to an internal intelligence report. Read the rest of this entry