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Our Canadian Tour Concludes, and a New Chapter Begins

Thank you so much to everyone who came to see One River Many Relations last week during our Canadian tour. And a huge thanks to our fort Chipewyan Elders, Alice Rigney and Joseph Gibot, who braved the trek from the north to join us on this exhausting run.
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The Common Sense Canadian: Peaceful Paddle Lands Site C Opponents on Terrorist Watch List

"The Federal government has included the Paddle for the Peace on a terrorist watch list. And here we thought we weren’t getting any attention."
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Renewed Hope for Indigenous-Government Relations

NDP’s Rachel Notley has committed to a renewed relationship between government and First Nation Communities sparking hope in many communities including the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation who are ‘ecstatic about the victory’.
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Wildrose Blooms in Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo. Now What?

What about parts of the natural environment that are distanced from direct exposure to the extractive industry? What about damages that occur far downstream? What about a commitment to preserving livelihoods that aren't dependent on ‘individual property’, but on traditional territory and healthy ecosystems?
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We’re Ready for the 2015 Film Fest Season!

Hey Film Festivals organizers! We've been busy submitting One River Many Relations to dozens of festivals around the world as of late. In case we missed you, we'd love to submit it to yours as well! Contact michael@onerivernews.ca from your official film festival email address to get the ball rolling. Click here for our documentary profile on FilmFreeway.

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Colonization of Fort Chipewyan Sickening Residents

The casual skimmer of the Edmonton Journal might see this headline and think impure thoughts. 'Trail-blazing aboriginal doctor worries Fort Chipewyan residents not ready for major lifestyle change' may seem, to the uninformed masses, like Fort Chipewyan needs a major attitude adjustment about their health. Everyone knows that aboriginal communities struggle with smoking, diabetes, drug use, lack of physical activity and poor food choices, right? Fort Chip is no different? Wrong.
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Colorado Environmental Film Festival Official Selection!

We’re thrilled to announce that One River Many Relations is an official selection for the Colorado Environmental Film Festival this February 19-21 in scenic Golden. We really like how the mission of the CEFF is in tune with our goals...
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Fishing for Stories in 2015

It's a new year and we're fishing for stories about environment and culture in the Peace, Athabasca and Slave watershed.
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Northern agriculture initiative to receive federal boost

Back in August, during Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s annual northern tour, PMSH announced $2 million in federal funding to build a “permanent campus for the Northern Farm Training Institute” in Hay River, NWT. According to CTV, “The money will let...
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SWEEP Program Wading through Water in Latest Visit

Shawn MacKay is the environment coordinator for the Fort Resolution Métis Council. Shawn took some time out of his busy schedule this past week to talk to One River News about the Slave Watershed Environmental Effects Program, which has been...
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