KI Speaks Out Against God's Lake Resources and McGuinty government:
Monday March 5, 2012
32 Cecil Street, Downtown Toronto
Rally and March with KI:
Tuesday March 6, 2012
255 Front St. W.
N.B. Come early at 11:30 to participate in the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network actions.
God's Lake Resources Inc., a mining exploration company, is threatening to re-enter the homeland of the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) Indigenous Nation this month to resume exploring on sacred burial grounds. KI has told God's Lake Resources that they are not welcome on their homeland. Ontario has refused to step in and stop the exploration and KI is calling for public support and mobilization, particularly in Toronto and Southern Ontario.
As part of this broader mobilization, the Toronto KI Support Group, CUPE 3902, OPIRG U of T, the University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union, and Earthroots are organizing a speaking event on March 5, 2012 at the Steelworkers' Hall at 32 Cecil Street in Toronto.
At these events KI leaders will speak to the public about the situation they are facing with God's Lake Resources Inc. and about KI's bold vision for their homeland and environment.
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