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Season Five


Look to Indigenous people to fight climate change and prosper: Elizabeth May

The political panel of MPs continues a debate on climate change that began earlier this week in the House of Commons after a United Nations report came with a dire warning that we only have 12 years to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half or face irreversible effects.

As well, NDP MP Georgina Jolibois talks about rural crime and not blaming Indigenous youth.

Originally aired October 18, 2018


Cindy Gladue became the face of violence against Indigenous women inside and out of courts

On this episode of Nation To Nation: A busy day at the supreme court of Canada.

It heard submissions for and against overturning an appeal to have the alleged murderer of Cindy Gladue re-tried.

And it made a decision that the federal government does not have to consult on legislation affecting first nations.

Originally aired October 11, 2018


Consulting on Trans Mountain pipeline while planning to build anyway is a ‘farce’: Saganash

In the season premiere of Nation to Nation the hot topic was once again the Trans Mountain pipeline.

The Trudeau government has vowed to build the pipeline and properly consult First Nations sitting along its route from Alberta to British Columbia.

NDP MP Romeo Saganash calls it all a “farce” saying Ottawa can’t say they are consulting on it and then plan to build it anyway.

Originally aired October 4, 2018