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UNDRIP and Bill C-15 Explained | APTN News
Video & Podcast

The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network News presents a video discussing UNDRIP and Bill C-15.

District of Squamish Brainstorms Ideas on Implementing UNDRIP
News Article

2021 - English - Simple

District of Squamish Brainstorms Ideas on Im...

Steven Chua


This news article by the Squamish Chief presents the IDEA committee and their role in the implementation of UNDRIP.

Romeo Saganash - Indigenous Rights are Human Rights. Bill C-15
Video & Podcast

2021 - English - Simple

Romeo Saganash - Indigenous Rights are Human...

Perry Bellegarde


The Assembly of First Nations and Romeo Sagamash deliver a podcast discussing Bill C-15.

Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples
News Article

2021 - English - Simple

Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples

Pasepa Katia


This article discusses the impacts of climate change on the livelihood of Indigenous communities. The article also examines the importance of recognizing Indigenous peoples' rights when implementing climate change policies.

FSC Canada Endorses BC First Nations Forest Strategy
News Article

2021 - English - Simple

FSC Canada Endorses BC First Nations Forest ...

B.C First Nations Forestry Council


This article discusses the implementation of the First Nations Forest Strategy in British Columbia.

Hunting Down a Lasting Relationship with Canada—Will UNDRIP Help?
Scientific Paper

2021 - English - Practical

Hunting Down a Lasting Relationship with Can...

Sara Mainville


This article examines the UNDRIP and its ability to build a long lasting and co-equal relationship between Indigenous law and Canadian law.

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