“Enough is enough. If they don’t meet the concerns and the positions of the First Nations on sustainability and protection of the environment — if they just keep doing what they are doing — we have no other choice … We want justice for the environment, for the land, the water and the air.”
– Chief Allan Adam, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
“Beaver Lake Cree Nation is a community of 900 Woodland Cree whose homelands are in the path of the largest industrial project on earth. Their courageous fight to protect their hunting grounds is also the world’s fight – to prevent expansion of the climate-destroying tar sands developments in Alberta.”
– Chief Henry Gladue, BLCFN
Keepers of the Water is a grassroots organization of citizens and community members, working together in a spirit of openness and honesty to protect one of our most valuable resources: your water. We ask you to join us by observing and reporting what takes place in your watershed.
An anonymous reporting system will be coming soon. In the meantime, please contact your local Keepers community or our general coordinator to report any activities or issues affecting your water sources. All messages will be treated in full confidence.
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