The RCMP is sitting on the findings of an internal investigation into its own actions and surveillance of residents who were attempting to protect their water and homes from the toxic impacts of shale gas fracking. It’s imperative that the RCMP release this report now – and I need your help to make it happen.
CSIS is unlawfully monitoring water protectors and climate justice activists, according to BCCLA. This kind of police surveillance is not new, but it is deplorable.
People living in communities around the flood zone and downstream from Muskrat Falls have been informed that water levels will begin to rise to fill the reservoir starting this coming Tuesday, August 07th.
In today’s province-wide day of action to reverse the cuts, you can help restore funding so that communities impacted by environmental injustice have access to legal resources as they protect their health and the health of the environment.
UPDATE: Indigenous Services Minister has announced a renewed Task Force to address Attawapiskat's needs for new reserve lands, housing, infrastructure, health, social services and governance issues. Theresa Spence and Sylvia Koostachin-Metatawabin have ended their hunger strike.