Canada's brutal national police are again arresting Indigenous peoples trying to protect their own lands - this time the Pacheedaht nation in British Columbia.
Brave reporting by Brandi Morin. The RCMP has to be the most anti-Indigenous police force in the world. Below is more on the fight of the Pacheedaht nation in Canada to block the logging company Teal Jones from decimating Old Growth forest on their territory. Teal Jones is a greedy family-owned forestry business in British Columbia; we must stop them.
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