By Shari Narine Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Canada is being called out by Indigenous nations on both sides of the border for its support of the continued operations of Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline. A report signed by the Anishinabek Nation, which represents 39 First Nations in Ontario, along with 10 tribes in Michigan and two tribes in Wisconsin, as well as a handful of environmental organizations, was submitted earlier this month to the United Nations Human Rights Council as part of the fourth universal periodic review of Canada. The periodic review is a mechanism of the human rights council aimed at improving human rights situations in countries by hearing periodic scrutiny. The Canadian government must work with Anishinaabe people on both sides of the “international border (which)
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