Heal the People,
Heal the Land

The Unist’ot’en Camp is an indigenous re-occupation of Wet’suwet’en land in northern “BC, Canada”. Year-round volunteer support is needed on the frontlines and beyond.

Unist’ot’en traditional territory remains relatively intact. The forests are still there, wildlife prospers, and the water is still pure.

To enforce the decision to preserve the territory for future generations, a cabin was built in the exact place where Trans-Canada, Enbridge, and Pacific Trails want to lay pipelines.

Tiny House Warriors

Our Land is Home

The Tiny House Warriors: Our Land is Home is a part of a mission to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline from crossing unceded Secwepemc Territory. 

We are committed to upholding our collective and spiritual responsibility and jurisdiction to look after the land, the language and the culture of our people.

We are going big, by going small, by building these Tiny Houses, we are asserting our collective Secwepemc responsibility and jurisdiction to our lands and waters. The Tiny House Warriors are building something beautiful that models hope, possibility and solutions to the world.

We invite anyone and everyone to join us.

Idle No More

INM has and will continue to help build sovereignty & resurgence of nationhood.

INM will continue to pressure government and industry to protect the environment.

INM will continue to build allies in order to reframe the nation to nation relationship, this will be done by including grassroots perspectives, issues, and concern.

"Idle No More calls on all people to join in a peaceful revolution, to honour Indigenous sovereignty, and to protect the land and water"

It Starts With Us /
No More Silence


Honoring the Lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls,
Trans and Two-Spirits.

No More Silence (NMS) aims to develop an inter/national network to support the work being done by activists, academics, researchers, agencies and communities to stop the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women.

No More Silence is creating a community run database documenting violent deaths of Indigenous women/Two-Spirit and Trans in collaboration with Families of Sisters In Spirit, community partner The Native Youth Sexual Health Network and with the assistance of Dr. Janet Smylie (Métis) and Conrad Prince of the Well Living House at the Keenan Research Centre. The purpose of the database is to honour our women and provide family members with a way to document their loved ones passing.

Free Grassy
Water is Sacred

Asubpeeschoseewagong – the Indigenous or Anishinaabe name for Grassy Narrows is situated 80 kilometers north of Kenora, Ontario in Canada. The Grassy Narrows community has been through many traumas including forced attendance in church-run residential schools, coerced relocation away from their traditional living areas, hydro damming flooding sacred sites and wild rice beds, mercury contamination, clearcut logging of their forests, and mining. In the face of this oppression, the people of Grassy Narrows are actively resisting the continued destruction of their territories, re-occupying their lands, reviving their culture and fighting for control over their lands and self-determination.

Labrador Land Protectors

Labrador Land Protectors are a group of concerned citizens fighting against the development of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric megaproject. We are a diverse group and we come from all walks of life. We all bring different experiences, perspectives, and opinions. We are Innu. We are Inuit. We are Southern Inuit/Metis. We are Settlers. And we are all banding together to #ShutMuskratDown.

"Who do we turn to when its our own government oppressing us?"


RAVEN is a non-profit charitable organization that provides financial resources to assist Aboriginal Nations within Canada in lawfully forcing industrial development to be reconciled with their traditional ways of life, and in a manner that addresses global warming or other ecological sustainability challenges.

RAVEN’s vision is a country that honours the ancestral laws, rights and stewardship values of Indigenous Peoples and their equitable access to the justice system within a thriving natural environment.

This Giving Tuesday..

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Respecting Aboriginal Values
and Environmental Needs

..Show your support for Indigenous leadership on
climate change..

..Give to Indigenous Climate Action or a local Indigenous group supporting land, air
and water defense.

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