1982 The year after thousands of native people protest, Section 35 of the Constitution Act affirms existing Aboriginal and treaty rights.
1988 Innu camp out on military runways in Labrador to protest NATO flights over traditional lands.
1988 Teme-Augama Anishnabai block Red Squirrel logging road over outstanding land claim.
1990 Kanesatake Mohawks blockade near Oka to stop the expansion of a golf course onto a burial ground and a sacred pine grove.
1991 Alberta's Lubicon Cree launch massive boycott against Daishowa's logging on non-ceded lands
1993 Stony Point Chippewa occupy Camp Ipperwash for the return of land taken by the military. In 1995, Dudley George is killed by the OPP.
1994 Native activists occupy Revenue Canada office in T.O. for 29 days to protest income tax change.
2002 Grassy Narrows First Nation begins ongoing blockade against logging on traditional lands.
2006 Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug and six other bands call for a mining and logging moratorium.
2006 Six Nations activists occupy a Caledonia site, calling it a violation of the 1784 Haldimand Deed.
2007 Tyendinaga Mohawks shut down CN rail line to assert their claim to a quarry.