This weeks column from 24Hrs Vancouver: Efforts to discredit Idle No More show its worth

Who wins this week? Columnists Laila Yuile and Kathryn Marshall battle over the issues of the day. Vote for the winner below the column at the link below. This week’s topic: Has Idle No More been effective as a movement? Let me start by saying that while I agree with one or two points in …

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Time for the blame game to stop : What happened to truth and accountability ?

Let me qualify this post by saying first, I'm not First Nations, so in no way can I presume to completely understand the issues,feelings or experiences of any First Nations people. On the other hand, I'm not a politician either, but I do have considerable business/commerce knowledge and experience, both taught and practical. I've also worked …

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Idle No More empowers First Nations to demand change

Laila Yuile's  24 hours column, Monday January 7th, 2012 This week’s topic: Does Idle No More address the real problems? "I’d like to start this week by thanking Kathryn for her warm welcome and agreeing with her immediately. She’s definitely right about hair colour being our only similarity, and I offer the comparison of oil (ethical, …

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