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Police repress workers’ protest for living wages in Port au Prince and other stories

Today we look at protests by textile workers in Port au Prince, Wet’suwet’en activists’ report to the UN on rights violations by Canada, and more

Gidimten Checkpoint Canada Wet’suwet’en activists approach UN over militarization and rights violations

In a strongly worded letter, Indigenous activists fighting against the pipeline construction across Wet’suwet’en lands in Canada have highlighted the violation of their rights

Wet’suwet’en water protectors vow to continue struggle after announcing strategic retreat

In the face of another crackdown by the RCMP, anti-pipeline Wet’suwet’en protesters have retreated from Coyote Camp

Wet’suwet’en activists retake checkpoint a month after police crackdown

Anti-pipeline Indigenous activists, resisting the contentious Coastal GasLink pipeline in Wet’suwet’en have retaken a checkpoint in Coyote Camp, a month after violent crackdown by federal police forces

Canada’s Indigenous communities brave police violence to block pipeline project

Police cracked down on a blockade by members of the Wet’suwet’en tribe and arrested over a dozen people but failed to end the blockade of the drill site. The tribe has been resisting work on TC Energy’s Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline

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