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Mohawk & Irouois info page, based in Kahnawake.
About the forcefully imposed band council systems of government under the Indian (Advancement) Act of Canada (1884) on the Haudenosaunee territories of Akwesasne, Kahnawake, Kanehsatake, and Tyendinaga.
an international, nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to using telecommunications including computer technology and the Internet to disseminate information from and about indigenous nations, peoples, and organizations around the world; to foster communication between native and non-native peoples; to conduct research involving indigenous peoples' usage of technology and the Internet; and to provide resources, mentoring, and services to facilitate indigenous peoples' use of this technology. [Not only are they good enough to host the IPSM website, but they really are a great source of information and resources, i.e. Native-run art co-ops, free e-mail, and hosting Indigenous and Indigenous-solidarity groups from all over the world]

STAC Montreal is a grassroots organization which seeks to support the indigenous struggle in Mexico while abiding to the values of Zapatismo (collectivism, self-sustainability, autnomy, dignity, gender equality, freedom and justice, among others).
The Friends of Grassy Narrows are organizing to support Grassy Narrows First Nation's on-going resistance to colonialist aggression by the Canadian/Ontarian governments and Abitibi-Consolidated. There are chapters in Winnipeg and Thunder Bay.
The Anti-Poverty Committee has been working closely with the Secwepemc in their resistance to the destruction of their land to build a ski resort.
The First Nations page of the Onatrio Coalition Against Poverty. "OCAP is a direct-action anti-poverty organization based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We mount campaigns against regressive government policies as they affect poor and working people. In addition, we provide direct-action advocacy for individuals against eviction, termination of welfare benefits, and deportation. We believe in the power of people to organize themselves.
We believe in the power of resistance."
S.I.S.I.S. has been on hiatus since 1999. Still, their website contains a chunk of articles written by both Natives and non-natives on sovereignty, historical analysis, global decolonisation, "Canada" specific websites, and this is just a sampling.