Pointing to Queen’s Park

Check out coverage from the Sept. 21 event in Toronto when 250 gathered to display a 75-meter, arrow-shaped banner reading “Native Land Rights Now” at the legislature while First Nation leaders spoke and a helicopter captured the scene overhead.

Grassy Narrows Declares Moratorium

See the declaration from Grassy Narrows community leaders establishing a moratorium on all industrial activity within their traditional territory and Read how US wood buyers are weighing in.

National chiefs’ assembly backs Grassy Narrows

By Mike Aiken, Kenora Daily Miner and News

Friday July 23, 2010

Chiefs from across Canada have called for a public inquiry into mercury contamination at Grassy Narrows. They also called for an end to logging in the community's traditional territory, as well as permanent monitoring of the long-term effects on residents. (more…)

Report From the Road to Seattle 2007

Community leaders traveled more than 3000 miles to confront Weyerhaeuser at their world HQ near Seattle. Tour stops included Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.

Native Rights Now!

First Nations push for Native Rights reaches new heights with 30 foot teepee on Ontario Legislature’s lawn.