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GRASSY NARROWS FIRST NATION, ON A recent comprehensive analysis of provincial data conducted by the Toronto Star confirms that Grassy Narrows residents (Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation, Treaty 3) are eating fish with the highest level of mercury in the province.
Grassy Narrows First Nation and supporters continue to hike up the pressure on Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario government to clean up the Wabigoon-English River systems of toxic mercury waste.
ON DECEMBER 3, 2002, a group of young people from Ontario's Grassy Narrows First Nation laid a tree across the logging road leading past their reserve, starting what remains today as the longest running Indigenous blockade in Canada's history.
Legal challenges by the nearby Grassy Narrows First Nation that resulted in last summer's Keewatin decision made offering Crown wood to the company through the province's wood supply competition a very contentious issue.
Since December 2002 members of Grassy Narrows First Nation have maintained a blockade to protest industrial clear-cutting taking place without their consent within the 2,500 square miles they claim as their traditional territory.
This is the third contaminant study conducted on the wildlife at Grassy Narrows First Nation.
Yes, according to Christian Peacemaker Teams and the Anishnabek tribe of Grassy Narrows First Nation near Kenora, Ontario.
To create a digital multimedia archive of the Grassy Narrows First Nation Ojibway language, traditions and cultural teachings to preserve them for the public and future generations.
Grassy Narrows First Nation Reserve is located 50 miles north of Kenora, Ont.
Two very important things happened in 1962, scientist Faisal Moola told the crowd gathered at Queens Park on June 2 to support Grassy Narrows First Nation.
His veneer supplier, Doug Riffle, owner of Makoose Wood Innovations, has had issues harvesting in the Whiskey Jack Forest due to an historical dispute over harvesting in the Grassy Narrows First Nation territory, a matter that's now before the Supreme Court of Canada.