The Sudbury Star – Ontario ‘on roadway’ to dialogue on resource extraction

Finally some important progress made in Ontario’s Ring of Fire – nice to see! Carol Mulligan was kind enough to interview me as part of a recent article in The Sudbury Star. Read The Sudbury Star article

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Keewatin – Native legal win #179

Here’s a CBC interview regarding this important Ontario Court of Appeal ruling: A strategist and lawyer argues the recent court ruling against Grassy Narrows should actually be considered a victory for First Nations. On Monday, Ontario’s Court of Appeal said the provincial government has the authority to issue logging permits on Grassy Narrows traditional territory, overturning a previous...

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Corporate & Native Resource Update: January 2013 Mid Report

Mid-January 2013 Report: Corporate – Crown – Native – Resource Issues from the perspective of Resource Rulers: Fortune and Folly on Canada’s Road to Resources Drums along the Rideau: Within the first month of Chief Theresa Spence’s ‘hunger strike’, natives won five superior court rulings relating to resources and native empowerment. (The first three were profiled in my...

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CBC News: Northbeat – Interview with Bill Gallagher

CBC’s Randy Henderson interviews Bill Gallagher about his new book, Resource Rulers and the situation in Northern Canada. Please scrub to the 38 minute mark to watch the interview. Source: CBC News Northbeat CBC News: Northbeat has the North covered An experienced news team tell the stories that matter to Northerners, giving them the information they need to know to navigate life...

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NationTalk Interview with Bill Gallagher

NationTalk Interview with Bill Gallagher

DECEMBER 4, 2012 – While attending the AFN Special Chiefs Assembly in Gatineau, Quebec, I was interviewed by NationTalk’s Andre Morriseau. It’s not every day that one is asked by the National Chief of the AFN to address a large delegation of native leaders – who as it turned out – have just returned from an impromptu native empowerment demonstration in the foyer and on...

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