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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Media Co-op: First Nations Under Surveillance

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First Nations Under Surveillance

Harper Government Prepares for First Nations “Unrest"
by Russell Diabo and Shiri Pasternak
"Internal documents from Indian Affairs and the RCMP show that shortly after forming government in January of 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper had the federal government tighten up on gathering and sharing intelligence on First Nations to anticipate and manage potential First Nation unrest across Canada."
The hotspots were listed as: Caledonia, Ontario (Douglas Creek Estates occupation); Belleville, Ontario (Montreal/Toronto Rail Blockade in sympathy to Caledonia); Brantford, Ontario (Grand River Conservation Authority Lands); Desoronto, Ontario (Occupation of Quarry); Grassy Narrows (Blockade of Trans Canada Hwy by environmentalists); and Maniwaki, Quebec (Blockade of Route 117)."
Haudenosaunee/Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy
"It is also clear from INAC’s presentation to the RCMP that they are particularly worried about the Haudenosaunee/Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy. They mention 'Warrior Societies' ..."
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