Current Problems: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation

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February 15, 2024


What does the duty to consult First Nations, Inuit and Métis mean?

And why some advocates say Canada needs to move from consultation to consent CBC Indigenous: You’ve probably heard the phrase duty to consult, or failure to consult, when it comes to governments and their relationships with First Nations, Inuit and Métis.  But what does it actually mean?  Stemming from three Supreme Court of Canada decisions in 2004...

February 14, 2024


First Nations, Jim Balsillie slam government over lack of consultation on AI bill

The Globe and Mail: The Canadian Press, OTTAWA – The Assembly of First Nations is warning it could take the Liberal government to court over its proposed privacy and artificial intelligence bill. And former tech executive Jim Balsillie told MPs studying the bill that he considers the legislation “anti-democratic.” The government has already been criticized...

February 13, 2024


B.C. regional chief decries ‘fear mongering’ over proposed changes to Land Act

Terry Teegee says suggestion changes would allow First Nations a ‘veto’ is false and inflammatory CBC Indigenous: Recent reactions to proposed changes to B.C.’s Land Act are a threat to reconciliation, B.C. Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief Terry Teegee says.  “This is fear mongering at its worst,” said Teegee.  The province’s NDP government is drafting amendments to enable agreements with Indigenous governing bodies...

January 29, 2024


A new, reset relationship starts with meaningful consultation

The election of Premier Wab Kinew is an incredible achievement for our province. It’s also a significant opportunity for a reset in how the provincial government manages its relationship with Indigenous Peoples in Manitoba. For years, former Manitoba governments adopted an approach of informing Indigenous communities of decisions after they were made, instead of including...

January 26, 2024


Chiefs of Ontario call for 1-year pause on staking mining claims in the province

A similar request from the Anishinabek Nation in 2022 wasn’t granted by the province CBC Indigenous: The Chiefs of Ontario are calling for a 365-day moratorium on mining claims staked across the province. They say many First Nations can’t keep up with the administrative burden of reviewing the mining claims staked in their territories. “Mining claim staking...

January 18, 2024


Chrétien-era effort to soften UN’s Indigenous language a ‘stain’ on Canada: Hajdu

‘Indigenous, First Nations people deserve so much more than that,’ says Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu. Photo: APTN.  APTN News: The Canadian Press – The current federal Liberal government tried to distance itself Tuesday from the Jean Chrétien-led one that reportedly conspired with Australia to weaken United Nations language on Indigenous Peoples in the early...

January 15, 2024


Feds approve $2B loan guarantee to help TMX over finish line

Photo by Jesse Winter / Canada’s National Observer Listen to article Canada’s National Observer: The federal government has issued yet another taxpayer-backed loan guarantee — this time for up to $2 billion — to help get the massively over-budget Trans Mountain pipeline expansion over the finish line. TMX is about 97 per cent complete, but the...

January 1, 2024


Consulting Indigenous communities on critical minerals is key to net zero ambitions

PUBLISHED DECEMBER 31, 2023 UPDATED JANUARY 1, 2024 The Globe and Mail: Two years ago, First Nations leaders made clear what Canada must take to heart if it wants to be a global player in critical minerals and the energy transition: The only road to net zero runs through Indigenous lands. That is, any efforts to develop...

December 13, 2023


Chiefs say pan-Indigenous approach leaves Ottawa taking too much away from First Nations

“I don’t think we should be buying into this Indigenous label that they’re trying to homogenize all of our rights into a common group. I think in the long run, we will be short changed.” —Chief R. Donald Maracle Chief R. Donald Maracle of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte at the Assembly of...

November 30, 2023


Minister blames ‘misconceptions’ for concerns over Métis self-government bill

Assembly of First Nations latest to express concerns about Bill C-53 CBC Indigenous: The backlash against the Trudeau government’s proposed Métis self-government legislation is “largely based on misconceptions,” the minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations said Thursday, as he appeared unmoved by a recent call for its withdrawal. “This is an opportunity to set right a long-standing wrong, when...

November 6, 2023


Inuit leader warns of Labrador group’s ‘illegitimate claims’ to Inuit identity

In open letter, Natan Obed urges action against ‘perverse form of colonial racism’ CBC Indigenous: The head of the national organization for Inuit in Canada is warning the public about what he calls “illegitimate claims to Inuit rights” being advanced by a self-identified Indigenous group in south and central Labrador. Ahead of International Inuit Day...

October 23, 2023


Canada using ‘outdated’ treaty to do end run around Indigenous rights in U.S.: court documents 

This 2016 photo shows an aboveground section of Enbridge’s Line 5 at the pump station in Mackinaw City, Mich. Photo by: The Canadian Press/AP/John Flesher Listen to article Canada’s National Observer: The Canadian Press – WASHINGTON — The federal government and Enbridge Inc. are trying to exploit a “dormant” and outdated treaty with the United States...

October 20, 2023


Innu Nation pulling out of N.L. premier’s Indigenous roundtable

Innu leaders say premier is not fairly addressing the concerns surrounding NCC NationTalk: CBC News: The Innu Nation says it has notified Premier Andrew Furey that all Innu leaders in Labrador have withdrawn from his Indigenous roundtable. In a press release issued Friday afternoon, the Innu Nation expressed dissatisfaction with the way the provincial government is handling concerns over...

October 19, 2023


Allegations of Indigenous identity fraud could affect lawsuit by Native Council of Nova Scotia 

Members of the NCNS are suing the provincial government for $40 million over moose hunting rights. A recent report alleging that the Native Council of Nova Scotia has members in its ranks who are not Mi’kmaw could have an effect on a class action lawsuit filed by members of the organization. The council, also known as the...

October 12, 2023


A need for action on reconciliation

NationTalk: Winnipeg Free Press – Each year, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation prompts us to take stock of the progress we are making, as a country, on the journey towards reconciliation. Often this progress — or the lack of it — is measured by counting how many of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s...

October 11, 2023


‘How is that reconciliation?’: Hereditary Gitxsan Nation chiefs rally for their rights

Gitxsan Nation hereditary chiefs marched through the streets of Vancouver on Wednesday to assert their rights. Photo by Isaac Phan Nay for Canada’s National Observer Listen to article Canada’s National Observer: Hereditary chiefs from the Gitxsan First Nation marched to BC Supreme Court in Vancouver on Wednesday morning, demanding an end to RCMP suppression of Indigenous-led...

October 9, 2023


Wolastoqey chiefs slam Higgs, ready to work with new government should election be called

First Nations’ leaders criticize how provincial Department of Aboriginal Affairs has been ‘overhauled’ CBC Indigenous: Leaders of the six Wolastoqey nations in New Brunswick have issued an open letter slamming Premier Blaine Higgs’s government for how it has handled its duty to consult and have signaled their readiness to work with a new provincial leader, should a...

October 2, 2023


We do not want pity, we want parity

Toronto Star: The most important table for talking about reconciliation is the kitchen table. This is the third National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — our annual day as Canadians and Indigenous Peoples to acknowledge what we all inherited and the actions needed to assure the relationship gets stronger. In the spring of 2021, the...

September 29, 2023


Aboriginal Rights as a Tool of Colonialism: Part Four: First Peoples Law report

This week I’m sharing my thoughts on how Aboriginal rights have become a tool of colonialism and why. I’ve posted an essay each day leading up to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This is the final installment of the four-part essay which can be found on our website here.I hope you enjoy reading it.Best,Bruce Aboriginal Rights as a...

September 20, 2023


The Canadian Parliament must Reject Bill C-53 of the Trudeau Government

NationTalk: WENDAKE, QC – The AFNQL denounces the self-proclaimed “Métis” groups and the federal government’s intention to recognize to grant them rights. Only the First Nations are holders of Aboriginal rights and titles. The AFNQL strongly supports the resolution adopted during the AFN Annual General Assembly that was held last week in Halifax, under the...

September 20, 2023


MMF expresses support for First Nations rally opposing Bill C-53

NationTalk: Winnipeg, MB –  in the National Homeland of the Red River Métis - Today, the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) – the National Government of the Red River Métis – expresses support for the First Nations protest on Parliament Hill against Canada recognizing unfounded and illegitimate Métis rights of Métis Nation of Ontario communities. Ontario First Nation...

September 20, 2023


BC Assembly of First Nations Strongly Opposes Bill C-53, Urges Rejection of Unconstitutional Act Threatening Section 35 Rights

NationTalk: (Lheidli T’enneh Territory/Prince George, B.C.) – The BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) unequivocally supports the Chiefs of Ontario, together with First Nations leaders, communities, and individuals across the country, in resolute opposition to Bill C-53. This legislation, introduced by Canada without proper consultation, poses a grave threat to First Nations’ inherent, constitutional, and...

September 11, 2023


RCMP Spent Record Amount to Protect CGL Pipeline Last Year

Tyee exclusive: The force spent $11 million to patrol a remote road in Wet’suwet’en territory. Amanda Follett Hosgood is The Tyee’s northern B.C. reporter. She lives in Wet’suwet’en territory. Find her on Twitter @amandajfollett. The Tyee: The RCMP’s costs for patrolling a remote resource road on Wet’suwet’en territory to protect a pipeline project rose almost 60...

September 8, 2023


Marc Miller touts progress on reconciliation, has harsh words for Poilievre

Miller reflects on leaving Indigenous portfolios after 5 years Warning: This story contains language that some readers might find offensive CBC News: Marc Miller — who held two Indigenous affairs cabinet portfolios before he was shuffled over the summer — says he believes the Liberal government has made substantial and “irreversible” progress on reconciliation, despite what he described...

August 21, 2023


Algonquin members organize in fight for identity, land and nationhood

‘We’re all starting to feel considerably more threats,’ says professor Veldon Coburn CBC News: It’s almost like a game of colonial whack-a-mole. Everywhere Algonquin Nation members look these days, it seems a new problem pops up. If it isn’t declining moose stocks, it’s a proposed radioactive dump on unceded land, and if it isn’t a controversial Ontario land claim or...

August 18, 2023


Anishinabek Nation responds to the Auditor General’s Special Report on Ontario’s Greenbelt Development Plan

NationTalk: ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE – The Anishinabek Nation is disappointed in the recent findings that the Ontario government’s plan to encroach on the portions of the protected Greenbelt were found to be favourable to specific developers and contractors. Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk released a special report on August 1, 2023, highlighting a number of concerns...

August 18, 2023


Ontario First Nations leaders call for housing minister, chief of staff to resign over Greenbelt controversy

Premier’s spokesperson says ministers regularly meet with Chiefs of Ontario leadership council at its request CBC News: A coalition of First Nations leaders is calling for the Ontario’s housing minister and his chief of staff to step down after the auditor general faulted the government for failing to consult with Indigenous communities before making the controversial decision to open up thousands...

August 14, 2023


First Nations leaders say Sask. government’s updated consultation policy is still problematic

Minister says the revisions emphasize relationship building, address timelines CBC News: The Saskatchewan government released a revised First Nation and Métis consultation policy framework on Friday. It’s the first time changes have been made to the Consultation Policy Framework (CPF) in 13 years — and some Indigenous leaders say the changes don’t go far enough. “They’re doing...

July 19, 2023


First Nations sick of Sask. government’s ‘trinkets and beads’ approach to resource development: Opposition

Critical mineral claims to hundreds of square kilometres recently granted without First Nations consultation Indigenous people will no longer tolerate the Saskatchewan government’s “trinkets and beads” approach to natural resource development, says the Opposition critic on the file. “First Nations and Métis people are tired of trinkets and beads. They’re tired of getting crumbs. They...

June 12, 2023


First Nations, federalism and lessons from the fight against COVID-19

To be ready for future challenges, we need to build a path forward that brings First Nations into the heart of Canadian federalism NationTalk: Policy Options – The fight against COVID-19 in First Nations communities had many successes. Vaccination rates were high – nearly 93 per cent of individuals aged 12+ years received a second dose and...

June 10, 2023


Long lineups for treaty annuities at The Forks spark discussion about ‘insulting’ $5 payment

Working group calls for modernization of payments through land-based model CBC news: Dozens of First Nations people braced long lineups and a humidex of 30 on Thursday afternoon to get their treaty annuity payments at The Forks in Winnipeg, leading to conversation on whether the $5 payments are outdated. The federal government doles out the $5...

May 18, 2023


Editing the oath: growing call for province to mention treaty rights in municipal oath of office

Any changes to the municipal oath of office need to be approved by the Ontario government Several city and town councils in northeastern Ontario want to edit the oath of office mayors and councillors say before they take their seats. They have passed motions in recent weeks calling on the provincial government to change the oath...

May 10, 2023


Arbitrator Rules Government of Canada and Government of Nunavut are in Breach of the Nunavut Agreement regarding Inuit Employment

NationTalk: Iqaluit, Nunavut – An Arbitrator in the dispute between Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (NTI) and the Government of Canada (GoC) and Government of Nunavut (GN) concerning the implementation of commitments in the Nunavut Agreement towards fully Inuit representative work forces has ruled in favor of NTI. The Arbitration is the final stage in a dispute...

May 8, 2023


To achieve reconciliation, Canada needs to recognize the Métis as a self-governing nation

The Globe and Mail: OPINION: MARGARET FROH AND AUDREY POITRAS Margaret Froh is the president of the Métis Nation of Ontario. Audrey Poitras is the president of the Métis Nation of Alberta. The Métis story is one of resistance and resilience. In recent years, we have been writing a new chapter to our story with Canada based...

May 2, 2023


Work of the monitoring committee of the Special Commission on the Rights of the Child and Youth Protection: The AFNQL and FNQLHSSC are satisfied

NationTalk: Wendake — Two years ago, the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) and the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) reacted favourably to the long-awaited report from the monitoring committee of the Special Commission on the Rights of the Child and Youth Protection (CSDEPJ). Today, it is in the...

April 20, 2023


Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief carries strong message to United Nations on behalf of E’Dbendaagzijig

NationTalk: NEW YORK, NY (April 20, 2023) — Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Reg Niganobe joined an international delegation including representatives from the Bay Mills Indian Community, Center for International Environmental Law, EarthRights International, and Environmental Defence Canada this week at the 22nd United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) carrying a strong message to...

April 11, 2023


Western premiers blast Lametti for suggesting Ottawa might ‘look at’ provinces’ power over natural resources

Lametti told an AFN meeting he would examine calls to rescind Natural Resources Transfer Act CBC News: Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre and three western premiers are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to disassociate his government from comments made by his justice minister — who promised last week to “look at” a decades-old law that...

March 30, 2023


First Nations lay claim to all critical minerals and rare earth elements in Saskatchewan

Province’s new critical mineral strategy infringes on Inherent and Treaty rights: FSIN CBC News: First Nations are laying claim to all critical minerals and rare earth elements in Saskatchewan in light of the province announcing its new critical mineral strategy on Monday. Saskatchewan has 23 of 31 critical minerals on the Canadian Critical Minerals List....

March 2, 2023


N.B. needs to improve Indigenous engagement: minister

NationTalk: Country 94.1 – New Brunswick needs to do a better job of engaging with Indigenous communities, according to one federal minister. Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller made the comments during a news conference on Tuesday. Miller said he has heard directly from Indigenous communities about the expiration of tax-sharing agreements“. I don’t think it...

January 27, 2023


SCO Urges Prime Minister to Include First Nations Leaders in Health Meeting

NationTalk: ANISHINAABE AND DAKOTA TERRITORY, MB — Today, the Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) is calling on Prime Minister Trudeau and the Government of Canada to ensure that First Nations leaders are included in health discussions on February 7, 2023. “Health care systems are in crisis. They are not meeting the needs of First Nations people, and...

January 19, 2023


Dealing with Sask. First Act one of treaty commissioner’s top priorities for 2023

Treaty Commissioner Mary Culbertson says bill offends inherent and treaty rights Jennifer Francis · CBC News · Posted: Jan 11, 2023 4:00 AM EST | Last Updated: January 19 CBC News: Last year, Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan Mary Culbertson was critical of the proposed Saskatchewan First Act and now, in 2023, she is questioning the basis, accuracy and respect of treaty...

January 12, 2023


Rights group releases scathing report on Canada’s violations of Indigenous rights

NationTalk: CTV News, NEW YORK — A prominent human-rights group says Canada is failing to address long-standing abuses, delivering a rebuke of what it calls the federal government’s inadequate climate policy and violations of the rights of Indigenous people and immigration detainees. Human Rights Watch says more than two dozen First Nations remain under long-term drinking...

January 11, 2023


Higgs’s ‘new partnership’ plan highlights gulf in understanding with First Nations

Funding proposal tied to measurable targets, tax surrender at odds with Indigenous vision CBC News: To some First Nations chiefs in New Brunswick, the “new partnership” the Higgs government is offering them looks a lot like old-style paternalism The province’s proposal to replace the existing tax-sharing agreement is another example of the vast philosophical chasm...

December 21, 2022


By ignoring the duty to consult First Nations, three Canadian premiers show their true colours

The Globe and Mail: TANYA TALAGA SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL Sacred law binds Anishinabeg to safeguard the land, water, four-legged creatures and each other. It is our duty to make sure the planet is protected for future generations. There are 634 First Nations throughout the country we now call Canada, including 133 here...

November 2, 2022


First Nations leaders push back against ‘Saskatchewan First Act’ tabled by government

First Nations leaders unhappy with Legislation and lack of consultation. First Peoples Law Report: APTN News – The Saskatchewan government has tabled its controversial Saskatchewan First Act, in spite of push-back from the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, the Saskatchewan Treaty Commissioner and the opposition NDP. The government had unveiled the policy in October which...

October 27, 2022


Saskatchewan Office of the Treaty Commissioner says throne speech offends treaty rights

The Office of the Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan responded to the 2022 throne speech on Thursday, saying its contents do not work for everyone and offends the treaty and inherent rights of Indigenous people. “While the Office of the Treaty Commissioner welcomes programs and initiatives with Indigenous communities on health, education, and community policing among others, there remains an...

July 13, 2022


Federal government is failing First Nation fishers, Senate Committee on Fishing and Oceans finds: REBUTTAL

NationTalk: HALIFAX, NS – The Unified Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFCA) is voicing its grave dissatisfaction and frustration over a study released by the Standing Senate Committee on Fisheries and Oceans earlier this week on Indigenous rights-based fisheries, specifically those affirmed in the 1999 Marshall decisions. The report dismisses over twenty-two years of work by the...

July 12, 2022


Federal government is failing First Nation fishers, Senate Committee on Fishing and Oceans finds

NationTalk: Halifax – More than 23 years after a Supreme Court of Canada ruling affirmed the treaty fishing rights of certain First Nations, the federal government has failed to fully implement Indigenous rights-based fisheries, according to a new report by the Senate Committee on Fisheries and Oceans. Peace on the Water: Advancing the Full Implementation...

June 30, 2022


Cree Nation Government expresses its disappointment in Quebec’s lack of meaningful collaboration regarding the moose population situation in Zone 17

Nemaska, Eeyou Istchee (June 30, 2022) – The Cree Nation Government wishes to provide the following statement in response to the situation of the decline in moose population in Zone 17 and the discussions on the potential allocation of a portion of the Cree harvest of moose to Jamesian resident of the territory. The Cree...

June 30, 2022


Tŝilhqot’in Nation Condemns Destructive B.C. Moose Harvest Allocation

Williams Lake, B.C.: The Tŝilhqot’in Nation is condemning the B.C. government’s destructive moose harvest allocation for the Chilcotin Region in recent days and expressing its opposition, in the strongest terms, to B.C.’s drastic escalation of Limited Entry Hunts (LEH) for moose in Tŝilhqot’in territory. Tŝilhqot’in people depend on moose for sustenance and cultural survival. For...

June 9, 2022


The CAQ’s record with Indigenous peoples is historically disappointing

The Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador: Wendake, QC – As the parliamentary session in Quebec City comes to an end, the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) is drawing up a less than rosy assessment of the Legault government’s mandate in terms of its relations with First Nations. From its recent adoption of Bill 96...

April 1, 2022


Government of Québec reneges on Indigenous commitments

CISION: Assembly of First Nations of Québec and Labrador refusal to include the notion of cultural safety in its Health and Social Services Act refusal to establish a new Protector of Indigenous students position refusal to establish an Assistant Commissioner and team to address issue impacting Indigenous children Le Devoir recently published an article announcing...

February 2, 2022


Alberta cuts off Métis Consultation Policy negotiations

Métis Nation of Alberta – MNA has appealed a recent Alberta court decision that concluded the Kenney Government’s decision to cut off negotiations with the MNA on the development of Métis Consultation Policy did not breach the honour of the Crown, including the constitutional duties and obligations Alberta owed the MNA after five years of...

November 21, 2021


25th Anniversay of the RCAP Final Report

Prime Minister’s Office – “25th anniversary of the final report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples”. The five-volume landmark document outlined 440 recommendations on Indigenous governance, nation rebuilding, lands and resources, treaties, economic development, and social policy, and called for the renewal of the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples and all orders of...

October 24, 2021


Montreal Canadiens Land Acknowlegement

Toronto Star – The Montreal Canadians Land Acknowledgement preceding a hockey game “that’s launched hysterical editorials, hours of inane talk radio chatter and the interference of Quebec’s populist right wing government. What’s so offensive? That the Canadiens are insinuating Tiohtià:ke (Montreal) is unceded Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) territory.” According to the nationalist school of Quebec history, when...

October 15, 2020


Wet’suwet’en protests against Coastal GasLink

Union of BC Indian Chiefs – Coastal GasLink called in the RCMP to remove a group of Wet’suwet’en women and community members who are holding ceremony at a proposed drill site for Coastal Gaslink’s pipeline. UBCIC stands in solidarity with the Indigenous land defenders who are protecting the Wedzin Kwa, the river that sustains and...

January 6, 2020


Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLInk protests

Hereditary Chiefs of all five Wet’suwet’en clans have rejected BC Supreme Court Justice Marguerite Church’s decision granting an interlocutory injunction, which criminalizes Anuk ‘nu’at’en (Wet’suwet’en law), and have issued and enforced an eviction of CGL’s workers from the territory. “Canada and the B.C. government have both pledged to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights...

April 17, 2019


Government of Manitoba cancels self-government negotiations

The Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) – MMF received a letter from the Pallister government cancelling the province’s support for self-government negotiations between Manitoba, Canada, and the MMF. This cancellation is one of several such notices sent from the province in the last year to the Manitoba Métis Government, the MMF. Since 1987, the Federal Government...

January 10, 2019


Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLink protests

What happens when you engage Hereditary Chiefs in the Process vs excluding them? Union of BC Indian Chiefs – “There are not a lot of similarities between the Broughton and the Unist’ot’en engagement with the Province (as stated by Premier John Horgan). In June, government-to-government work between our three Nations and the Province was confirmed...

June 29, 2018


Eliminating dedicated Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

Eliminating a dedicated cabinet position for Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation and subsuming all responsibilities under one Ministry responsible for energy, northern development ad mines, and Indigenous Affairs June 29, 2018 – The Ipperwash Inquiry into the police killing of protester Dudley George in an Indigenous occupation of a provincial park in 1995 concluded that divided...

March 5, 2018


Manitoba Government vs Manitiba Métis Federation

Refusing to invite the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) to comprehensive discussions to develop a provincial mineral development protocol to advance mineral development opportunities and projects on Indigenous territories. “This Provincial Government continues to disrespect the Métis Nation’s claims, rights and interests,” added President Chartr and. “Here is a clear example that the mining impacts on...

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