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Liberals postponing planned tabling of UNDRIP bill because of blockade crisis, says Mohawk chief

The Liberal government has decided to postpone tabling its promised bill on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a result of ongoing rail blockades sparked by RCMP action on Wet'suwet'en territory, Kanesatake Grand Chief Serge Simon said today.

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5/27/2020

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3/12/2020

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3/11/2020

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3/8/2020

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3/7/2020

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3/5/2020

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3/4/2020

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3/3/2020

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3/2/2020

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3/1/2020

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2/29/2020

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2/28/2020

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2/27/2020

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2/26/2020

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2/25/2020

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2/24/2020

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2/23/2020

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2/22/2020

article Indigenous leaders meet at Kahnawake after Trudeau orders blockades removed
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2/21/2020

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article Coastal GasLink sent back to the table with Indigenous leaders
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2/20/2020

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2/19/2020

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2/18/2020

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2/17/2020

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article Indigenous youth vacate minister's office, ending 11-day occupation for Wet'suwet'en
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article CN Rail lays off staff as pipeline protests limit deliveries to Maritimes
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2/16/2020

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2/15/2020

article Wet’suwet’en Houses launched a lawsuit argues Coastal GasLink pipeline violates Canada’s Paris Agreement
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2/14/2020

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2/13/2020

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