Grassy Narrows

Jun 8, 2012
River Run 2012 Fish Fry weekly blog roundup!

rabble staff
Rights for Canadians of all gender expressions, racist comments by government reps, a continuing legacy of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows, Ontario Premer McGuinty's notable absence and more.
Jun 7, 2012

McGuinty a 'no show' at Grassy Narrows fish fry

John Bonnar
Grassy Narrows mothers had urged the Premier and his colleagues to join them and their families at noon for a traditional fish fry of their local fish cooked on an open wood fire.
Jun 4, 2012

Mercury poisoning still haunts Grassy Narrows community

John Bonnar
When Judy Da Silva saw children having seizures, language development problems and brain tumours, she knew the mercury poisoning that had plagued her community for almost five decades still existed.
Jun 4, 2012
Grassy Narrows Youth Walkers. (Photo: Maria Madea Swain)

Justice overdue for Grassy Narrows

Natalie Caine
Over 50 people of all ages from Asubpeeschoseewagong Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows First Nation) are travelling 2000 km to Toronto by foot, bus and rail from their territories 80 km north of Kenora, ON.

River Run: March and rally with Grassy Narrows

Jun 8, 2012
Grange Park
Beverly Street (Behind the Art Gallery of Ontario)
Toronto , ON
43° 39' 13.7232" N, 79° 23' 37.7844" W
Ontario CA
March and rally with Grassy Narrows First Nation, part of River Run 2012


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