Posts Tagged with "forest crimes"

Indigenous prisoners of conscience

Thursday, March 20, 2008


Earlier this week 6 political leaders of the Indigenous Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation were sentenced to 6 months in jail for refusing to allow mining and exploration on their traditional lands. KI councilor Cecilia Begg, the only woman among the KI six, is now all alone in the Thunder Bay District jail, a notorious [...]

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Grassy Narrows women take action

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


Last week women from Grassy went out to the edges of their land, near where some cutting of the forest is still taking place. One of the women sent out this statement: We will go there to feel a little bit of the suffering the land is feeling. We will go there to feel the [...]

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Forest Crime Scene Unit Investigates OfficeMax

Tuesday, January 8, 2008


At high noon on Tuesday, January 8 2008 a highly trained forest crime scene unit arrived at OfficeMax in San Francisco to investigate. OfficeMax has been under suspicion for some time – ever since their paper products were traced to clearcut forests in the Grassy Narrows traditional territory. The Rainforest Action Network investigators arrived at [...]

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