Treaty 3 Chiefs Back Grassy Narrows

Banner_03The Chiefs of Treaty #3 First Nations in assembly voted unanimously to support Grassy Narrows First Nation in their demands for mercury justice and an end to clear cut logging on their Homeland.  United as one, the Grand Council of Treaty 3 is calling on the government of Ontario to cancel the part of the Whiskey Jack Forest Management Plan specific to Grassy Narrows Homeland.

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Japanese experts return to Grassy Narrows

In late August a team of Japanese scientists returned to Grassy Narrows to investigate the mercury poisoning.  This is their fifth visit since the late Dr. Harada first came to Grassy Narrows in 1975.  Their investigation is by far the longest running and most comprehensive study of mercury in Grassy Narrows, a topic that the government has been negligent in failing to monitor in detail.

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Grassy Narrows Youth Deliver Demands To Weyerhaeuser: No Logging In Our Territory

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 Anishinabe Youth joined by On-to-Ottawa Caravan protesters at Kenora Mill

Kenora, Ontario—A delegation of youth from Asubpeeschoseewagong Netum Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows First Nation), joined by nearly two dozen Anishinabe and non-Indigenous supporters carrying protest signs and banners,  delivered today a letter and a set of demands to Weyerhaeuser at the Kenora Timberstrand Trus Joist Mill.

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Grassy Narrows fight for rights and against clearcut logging continues despite Supreme Court setback

Grassy Narrows Chief and Council Release

Quick Facts on the Supreme Court ruling

Grassy Youth Respond to to Supreme Court ruling

Statement from Grassy Narrows Clan Mother, Blockader

Read the full text of the ruling at Lexum.com

Grassy Narrows needs all of our support more than ever.  Please walk with Grassy Narrows as they demand clean water and Indigenous rights.

Hear Stephen Lewis speak with Grassy Narrows

River Run 2014 – Water is Sacred

grassynarrowsJoin Grassy Narrows families and their supporters as they walk in Toronto for clean water and Indigenous rights this July 31.

For press releases and fact sheets click here.

See great pictures from River Run 2014

Read media reports about River Run 2014

Watch TV coverage of the River Run week

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