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January Newsletter - Grand River Indigenous Solidarity

GRAND RIVER INDIGENOUS SOLIDARITY: JANUARY NEWSLETTER

 

Press Release: Climate Change Containment Unit Responds to Mock Enbridge Oil Spill

Press Release September 25, 2013
Media Contact: Sally Jefferson | 226-476-1038 | cccu.ontario@gmail.com

CAMBRIDGE —The Climate Change Containment Unit (CCCU) is on scene at the Grand River in North Dumfries today as Enbridge's Line 9 is being subject to an emergency response exercise in anticipation of the 38-year-old pipeline's eventual failure. CCCU spokesperson Sally Jefferson says, “The CCCU is bringing its years of experience with destructive tar sands operations to help mitigate the damage of the pipeline rupture forecast by today's exercise.”

The National Energy Board will decide later this fall on Enbridge's proposal to transport tar sands bitumen and volatile fracked oil from the Bakken fields through Line 9, which has already spilled 12 times in its operational history. “When Enbridge spills, rivers are killed,” says Jefferson, “and today Enbridge is simulating the death of the Grand River.”

She explains, “Line 9 crosses the Grand and Nith Rivers, and a spill—like the one simulated today on the territory of the Six Nations of the Grand River—would compromise the health and safety of the entire watershed and all living beings who depend on it.”

Smash the State Report: June 28, 2013

Updates on SwampLine9 pipeline blockade +related country wide solidarity. Anti-fracking actions in Elsipogtog + near the Maine border. Border security news + Haudenosaunee Sovereignty and more!

AW@L Radio - Smash the State Report: May 3, 2013

CN rail poisons + Porter air tries to bullies, as elites hide money offshore + spies share our secrets... So we rob banks, clog the pipes, stop frackin, save bees! Now #endRapeCulture + #blatchback!

The Daily GRRR! – April 12th, 2013 - “Waves Thru Walls: Anti-Prison Radio"”

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The Daily GRRR!
HEADLINES for Apr 12th, 2013
1. Westover Pumping station not up to federal safety standards
2. Attack in Kitchener’s Victoria Park linked to neo-Nazi group in Alberta
3. Montreal P-6 Bylaw dissent comes to a head
4. NYC Settles Lawsuit with Occupy Wall Street for $350K
5. Supreme Court loss pushes Athabasca Chipewyan FN towards Sovereignty Summer campaign
6. Supreme Court agrees to hear cases dealing with parts of Tory crime agenda
7. Final Grand Jury Resistor Released
Midway Music: Test Their Logik - "Kiss Me Thru The Phone"
Feature: Feature: “Queering Anarchism” Workshop presented at the Mobilizing and Organizing From Below Conference in Baltimore, MD, June 1-3, 2012. For more coverage, go to http://indyreader.org/mobconf.

Editors of the forth-coming title "Queering Anarchism" discuss the importance of the act of queering and the relevance of intersectionality. They will explore sites of queering anarchism including, class struggle, prison abolition, sex work, and trans experiences. They will demonstrate the historical and present significance of intersectionality as an effective tool for social change and analysis. The purpose of this talk is to show the interconnectedness between organized anarchist struggle and queer struggle, and to help construct the road forward.

The Daily GRRR! is on at 9am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario. http://soundfm.ca on the web.
The Daily GRRR! is a Project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by LSPIRG, WPIRG, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

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AW@L Radio - Smash The State Report: Jan. 25, 2013

support the hunger strike at Penetang prison then listen to news about Honduran mining laws, Mapuche resistance, resource extraction plans in NA, pissed off scientists + more!

No Tar Sands, No Pipelines, No Line 9! - Picket at RBC

Dates: 
Saturday, January 26, 2013 - 07:30

facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/328815927227374/ Allies in the U.S. North-East have called for a day of cross-border action against Eastern tar sands pipelines and we are responding with a "No Line 9!" block at the Ontario Federation of Labour's Rally for Rights and Democracy (https://www.facebook.com/events/489963847693178/).

GRIS Newsletter #3

Hello and happy holidays!

Here is Grand River Indigenous Solidarity's third installment of its
newsletter project, to help keep you informed about local and national
events related to anti-colonial activism, decolonization, and justice
for indigenous peoples in canada.

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December Newsletter #2 Headlines:*
News and Updates

1. Bill C-45, Hunger Strike & /Idle No More/ Movement

Still Resisting Reversal: Stopping Tar Sands Line 9 Pipe in Ontario

Paisley Cozzarin of Stop the Tar Sands Waterloo talks ontario resistance to the enbridge line 9 reversal project and looks at the pipeline specs.

GRIS Newsletter #2 - Dec 04 2012

GRIS Newsletter #2
In this one:

News and Updates:

1. Grassy Narrows Blockade: 10th Anniversary --

* interviews with Judy da Silva, Leah Henderson, and Gary Sault,
* stories from Toronto and Kenora,
* a reflective essay on the blockade
* a retrospective slideshow with photos from Grassy Narrows and the blockade

2. The Struggle Against Pipelines and the Tar Sands

Resisting reversal: Stopping the tar sands in Ontario

An interview with Stop the Tar Sands KW representative Paisley Cozzarin on the proposed flow reversal of the Enbridge Line 9 pipeline in southern Ontario to precipitate shipping tar sands crude east.

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