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Canada's spy agency uses national security provisions to keep records on AIM Winnipeg chapter secret
Canada’s spy agency is using national security provisions contained in access to information laws to withhold its files on the emergence of an American Indian Movement chapter in Winnipeg.
A former high-profile American Indian Movement activist has passed away.
The Mario Benedetti Foundation gave out its first international human rights prize earlier this week.
Another chapter has been closed in the death of Annie Mae Pictou-Aquash.