It's a "win" for Indigenous fishing communities who have been embroiled in months of conflict and intimidation by white commercial fishermen.
The usually quiet string of fishing villages in southwest Nova Scotia are fraught with tension and fear as anti-Indigenous violence over the lucrative lobster fishery has come to a head.
Mobs of mostly-white commercial fishermen swarmed and vandalized two lobster facilities, setting a van on fire, despite Nova Scotia RCMP being on scene.
Page made the comment after visiting a Mi’kmaq resistance camp against the Alton Gas natural gas project in Nova Scotia.
Halifax’s move to take down a statue of its racist founder, Edward Cornwallis, was long overdue.
The Montreal police recently announced their intentions to purchase two sound cannons—the type originally created to fight off Somali pirates on the open seas—to help with anti-police protests in Montreal. The move is yet another salvo in the...
Miles Howe is unarguably the most connected journalist covering the tensions between SWN, an oil company in New Brunswick, and the Mi'kmaq First Nations people who oppose their fracking initiatives. Lately, Miles has been getting himself into legal...
Protesters say that the cops used rubber bullets and mace when they didn't need to while breaking up a demonstration blocking access to a natural gas company's facilities.