Inuit People launch human rights case against Bush Administration (2 February 2003)
One man's goal:
for a tribe to pray in its own language. (15 November 2003). The Passamaquoddy's
struggle. KATIE ZEZIMA
Worst Situation in Latin America (24 September 2003)
Solidarity message of Native American and political
prisoner Leonard Peltier to Fidel Catsro and the Cuban people (August, 2003)
The eagle’s feather. (29 August 2003) ORLANDO ORAMAS
For Your Information:
Treaty Denial 1779-1982. (June, 2003) SIMON OSMOND, Atlantic Policy Congress
Political Forum on Language Rights (June, 2003). The equality of all languages
is a growing concern and a basic democratic right.
immersion teachers program: first of its kind in North America. (June,
2003) St. Thomas University
Mustard Gas in
the Bras d’Or Lakes. (October, 2002) Two dumping sites
are close to Mi’kmaq communities ... there is no scientific research.
Burnt Church First
Nation Going Once... (16 August 2002) -- ESGENOOPETITJ: A
DFO "agreement" signed under duress. KWEGSI (LLOYD AUGUSTINE*)
Burnt Church ready
to deal (July 2002). The Native reserve feudal order will
be empowered and entrenched. JAMES WARD
charges against fishermen. (July 2002) Canadians are being charged
2000 times more frequently than foreign fleets. TONY SEED
Call for independent
public inquiry into DFO and RCMP Violence at Burnt Church. (June,
2002) Atlantic (ARC-A) Observer Project generalizes the evidence. TONY SEED
Mr. Prime Minister, I
am from the Mikmaq Nation in Cape Breton Island. I am a fishermen.
(May, 2002) An open letter from JEROME BASQUE
and the government prepare to fillet whatever remains of fishermen's livelihoods.
(April, 2002) Media disinformation about another "war" on
the waters. GARY ZATZMAN
of 'a great national question'. (April, 2002) The referendum on Aboriginal
title in British Colombia. ANTHONY J. HALL
An act of terrorism
was committed against my people (4 October 2001). JAMES WARD. This
act of genocidal terrorism is part of an ongoing campaign of Canadian state-directed
and forced assimilation.
saves village water supply. (July 2001) LENA SIEGERS
"You cause us
to walk taller and prouder". (June 2001) Letter to shunpiking
from Sister DOROTHY MOORE.
to be sentenced for defending their hereditary rights (April, 2001)
on Marshall: "One bowl for all". (February-March,
2001) A vision for the fisheries.
Facts about the Indian Brook First Nation Fishery (Shubenacadie
Band) (February 2001)
of human rights. (February 2001) Christian Peacemaker Teams release
a comprehensive report, "Gunboat Diplomacy".
of the modern day treaty proposal (Self-assimilation). (1
February 2001) The federal neo-colonial strategy. KWEGSI (LLOYD AUGUSTINE)
itself. (February-March, 2001) DFO's Atlantic Fisheries Policy Review:
"DFO has no solutions to the fisheries crisis because DFO itself has
emerged as one of its major causes." SHUNPIKING EDITORIAL
The Making of an
Indian Fighter and a Canadian Premier. (February, 2000) The
main episode that launched the NDP's Ujjal Dosanjh towards the premiership
of BC may very well break him. ANTHONY HALL
glossary used by governments and media to misinform Canadians about
Road to justice?
Canadian Constitution established to protect all race-based theories. ARC
White man's burden still very much the policy of federal
Liberals. (18 December 2000). Crocodile tears from the government and
the media on the plight of the Sheshashui
(Mushuau Innu) at Davis Inlet, Labrador.
Who Has Treaty
Rights? (3 November 2000) MAQTEWEKPAQTISM
People of the Dawn: Re-claiming history
Second MI'KMAQ / FIRST NATIONS HISTORY SUPPLEMENT --
Volume 5, Number 38 / October/December, 2000
Fishermen, Natives want DFO investigated. (October, 2000)
United demand refutes "divide and rule". DFO's concern for "conservation"
is a facade; it's in bed with corporations, they say. TONY SEED
Splitting The Sky speaks on Gustafson Lake and the new documentary
"Above The Law: Part 2" (11 October 2000)
Disinformation & Progress: "Secret RCMP report"
sows disinformation about political and social violence. (8 October 2000)
A 1998 report on Burnt Church and other First Nations, compiled one year
before the Marshall Decision. National Post attempts to justify criminalization.
Those who Say NO to DFO! A special report
- SEEING WITH ONE’S OWN EYES: The truth about Burnt
Church. (9/2000) Three eyewitness reports, commentary and photography
from independent observers
- The truth
about Burnt Church. Seeing is believing:
how the CBC and the press change the facts on the water. ANURADHA RAO
- Peace will come
in our listening. NINA BAILEY-DICK and MATTHEW BAILEY-DICK
- Who is breaking the
law? BENNO BARG
- Mi’kmaq, fishermen condemn new
U.S. oil tests (9/2000)
Condemn state attack against Burnt Church fishers! (September,
2000). Statement by CPC(ML) on the attacks against boats belonging to
Disgrace. (September, 2000) The Secret Shame Behind the Sydney Olympics.
Evidence Presented to Address Canada's Request to Extradite
Mr. James Pitawanakwat from the United States for His Involvement in the
Gustafsen Lake Standoff in British Columbia in 1995. Dr. TONY HALL of
the Department of Native American Studies at the University of Lethbridge
in Alberta, Canada at the Request of Mr. Paul Papak, Assistant Federal
Public Defender in Portland Oregon, September, 2000.
Rights Coalition (23 August 2000) "Documents injustice, violence and
bad faith on the part of our government representatives involved in the Burnt
Church fishery dispute."
Church of Canada. (11-20 August, 2000) 37th General Council actions regarding
Native and non-native fishers unite against oil and gas
monopolies. (July, 2000) Native and non-native fishermen protest oil and
gas exploitation in fishing grounds off the western coast of Cape Breton.
Lighting Matches: opening of the spring lobster season.
(May/2000) A situation requiring a serious and coolheaded approach.Fishermen,
First Nations and all enlightened people should oppose any
attempts to inflame the situation. SHUNPIKING EDITORIAL
Fishers, Mi’kmaq, environmentalists challenge petroleum
board, leases (May, 2000) TONY SEED
For Your Information:
Draft for the Esgenoopotitj First Nation (EFN) Fishery Act (Fisheries
Policy). (11 May 2000) JAMES WARD and LLOYD AUGUSTINE
Who gets the flute?
AIMS’ self-defining riddle. (May, 2000) JANICE HARVEY
About Shunpiking and Shunpiking. (14 January 2000) DAVID
HENRY of CKDU ArtsSpeak speaks with editor TONY SEED about shunpiking
and its coverage of the fisheries and the Marshall
Decision, among other questions.
Dossier on the Marshall Decision
The Marshall Decision, disinformation and the body size
of lobsters. "It was a backroom
deal" ... and here it is. (December, 1999) TONY SEED
The myth of 12,000
Mi'kmaq fishermen and the racist fisher (December, 1999)
Rights: The Marshall Decision highlights the need for new
The Marshall Decision: The
revolt against DFO. (December, 1999) Excerpts from Briefs to
the Standing Committee On Fisheries
lectures the world (December, 1999). Privatization, divide-and-rule
at World Bank/FAO conference in Australia. TONY SEED
What is the trouble and
who is the troublemaker in the East Coast fisheries? (11 November
1999) Marshall II: Different sections of a reactionary alliance objected
to different aspects. GARY ZATZMAN
for Aboriginal Rights and Rule of Law.BILL LIGHTBOWN
tale of two wharves. Nova Scotians have made the best and
worst attempts to come to grips with native commercial fishing rights.
(9 November 1999) JANICE HARVEY
The thing about old treaties. (9 November 1999) JANICE
of divide and rule: facts are stubborn things. (October,
1999) What lies behind the reporting of the monopoly media about "confrontations"?
Interview with TONY SEED
Marshall Decision -- Who and what are behind vigilantism
and “bigotry” in the fisheries?
FIRST MIKMAQ / FIRST NATIONS HISTORY SUPPLEMENT. Shunpiking,
Volume 4, Number 30 / October-November 1999
Marshall Decision: The wrecking role of the Department
of Fisheries and Oceans (3 October 1999) TML EDITORIAL
Hereditary Rights: Struggle of the First Nations in British
Columbia. (3 October 1999) BILL LIGHTBAUN
Island of Renewal. (August, 1999). An island on a lake on
an island is bustling with life. SHEENA MASSON
Hearing the other side of the story at Gustafsen Lake. (Spring, 1997)