Video

Watch Video of the River Run March and Rally, April 7, 2010, Toronto

Live video from within the River Run

River Run Playlist

Free Grassy Narrows Youtube Channel

 

Download and screen these videos or share them online with YouTube!

Quadrant Home Occupation

On March 14, 2007 Seattle-based activists occupied a Quadrant model home near Everett, Washington. Quadrant homes are built with wood products made from logging in Grassy Narrows. Check out the local news footage.

 

Trans-Canada Highway Blocade

On July 13, 2006 members of Grassy Narrows First Nation and supporters blockade the Trans-Canada highway to draw attention to clear-cut logging within their traditional territory.

 

As Long as the River Flows

HOST A SCREENING JUNE 14

Documentary by journalist and filmmaker Dave Clement follows the story of a group of indigenous people from the Grassy Narrows First Nation. In December 2002, they took up a fight to protect their traditional lands from multinational forestry corporations.

Free Speech TV Grassy Narrows Feature

SourceCode is a weekly, half-hour news-magazine program covering progressive and alternative issues that rarely receive mainstream media attention. Their mission is to partner with activist groups, in the hopes that our audience, upon seeing the work that is being done to remedy a broad spectrum of social injustice, will get up off the couch and participate in progressive social change.

The Grassy Narrows campaign video

A short overview on RAN's campaign to support Grassy Narrows. Start here if you need an introduction to Grassy Narrows.

 

Sasketchewan, the Province of Weyerhaeuser

20 minute video documentary of the human and ecological costs of logging in Saskatchewan by Weyerhaeuser. Recent documents from Canada provide clear-cut evidence that Weyerhaeuser has grossly violated the legal, social and ecological commitments that allow them to log on public lands in the province of Saskatchewan.

Weyerhaeuser meeting of Shareholders: 2005

Rainforest Action Network raising hell at Weyerhaeuser's Annual General Meeting, 2005. Weyerhaeuser is the biggest lumber company in the world.