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18 km SE of Lac La Biche Beaver Lake Cree Nation, Alberta
Crystal Lameman, a young mother from Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Treaty 6 territory, located in northern Alberta, spoke at that gathering and has worked with divestment organizers to connect the fight on campuses against fossil fuel corporations to the impacts these companies are having in communities like hers.
They are the centre of a legal battle between oil companies and the Beaver Lake Cree nation and other indigenous groups.
He also notes that Beaver Lake Cree Nation and Chipewyan Prairie First Nation are taking in evacuees, as is Swan River First Nation.
so much so that if you open your mouth and act in the betterment of rights of nature and basic human rights you can and will be labeled a security threat," said Crystal Lameman, of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation. Lameman was among a group of people who addressed a crowd that took to the sidewalks at City Hall in Edmonton on March 14.
A member of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation is this year's recipient of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Members of the Tsleil Waututh Nation accompanied Lummi Nation Elder and master carver Jewell James on his trip from Washington State to Beaver Lake Cree Nation, where a totem pole carved by James was erected as a symbol of solidarity in the community's struggle against oil sands development.
Eriel Tchekwie Deranger, a Dene Indigenous activist and member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation; Crystal Lameman, a member of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and Sierra Club Climate and Energy Campaigner; and Melina Laboucan-Massimo, a member of the Lubicon Cree First Nation and a Climate and Energy campaigner with Greenpeace Canada; were in New York City on Sept.
"We're pleased the court recognized the importance of the Species at Risk Act and, in issuing this judgment, has required the federal environment minister to properly reconsider the looming crisis for the woodland caribou--an animal vital to our livelihood," said Ron Lameman, advisor to Beaver Lake Cree Nation chief and council.
Crystal Lameman, a member of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and an environmental tarsands program coordinator with the Sierra Club of Canada, said, "It comes down to water ...
Lameman comes from Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Alberta.