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Ottawa City Council approves rezoning of sacred Algonquin site near Parliament – Development of islands seen as “offence to the spirit of the land” by Greg Macdougall | Oct 10th, 2014 | RicochetMedia.ca Ottawa City Council has approved a rezoning application for private and commercial development on two islands at the Chaudière Falls, about a […]

Audio interview (34min) and accompanying article. Article first published in Anishinabek News, www.anishinabeknews.ca. Interview includes reading of two poems: how granny braids intro starts 21m37s, poem at 24m14s until 25m17s, postscript until 25m50s coyotes in the city intro starts 26m22s, poem at 28m00s until 32m23s   By Greg Macdougall OTTAWA – Vera Wabegijig’s first book, […]

Interviewed here by Craig Fortier for a research project on decolonization and Indigenous solidarity, Greg Macdougall has been active with IPSMO, the Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa, for the past five years. Prior to that he was already involved in independent media organizing and media-making; he has published an Aboriginal Understanding booklet that includes some […]

By: Greg Macdougall Niigaan: In Conversation is a grassroots project that brings Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples together for dialogue and discussion through workshops and symposiums. The most recent Niigaan event was the Odawa Community Talk-Show on Sept 15. The name Niigaan is an Anishinaabemowin word that the organizers chose to represent the themes of “at […]

PDF versions (for offline reading, use as handouts): Four 8.5×11 pages (single- or double-sided printing) Two 11×17 pages (double-sided printing then fold) —- People are Mad. And they’re doing something about it. Mental health awareness is gradually gaining ground, and so are radical alternatives to mainstream approaches. Community-based initiatives by and for the so-called crazies […]

An article (along w/ podcast & 10 videos) profiling the Multimedia & Multiculturalism Initiative, and it’s Ottawa launch event. The project deals with the problem of misrepresentation in the media through different activities and programs that engage youth and connect different organizations and institutions. This article was published in a slightly revised version on rabble.ca. […]

Transcript and audio interview with Toronto-based hip hop artist k-os. Conducted at the Bombshelter Pub on University of Waterloo campus, October 4th 2002 as part of the ‘Exit’ album tour.   Clips from interview, interspersed with music, from WPIRG radio show on CKMS 100.3FM in Waterloo: (click here to download mp3)   Full unedited interview […]