Grassy Narrows children protest on World Water Day. Ancestors of the northern Ojibwe are thought to have originally inhabited the north shore of the upper Great Lakes. Dr. Masazumi Harada, a Japanese mercury expert involved in the Earthroots study, first visited Grassy Narrows in 1975. Youth from Grassy Narrows display the Mohawk Warrior flag, during yesterday’s protest at Kenora Forest Products. Benjamin acknowledged the commitments made by both the federal and provincial governments as being much-needed positive steps that need to be adhered to. Tap water that is contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals. EF! EF! Their … Premier Dalton McGuinty said he wants to take a good look at the Earthroots study before deciding whether to act. Grassy Narrows has been suffering from mercury poisoning in its local water supply for decades, after an upstream pulp and paper mill dumped thousands of pounds of … The Canadian Press TORONTO – A group of teenagers from the remote Grassy Narrows First Nation were ejected from the Ontario legislature today for wearing T-shirts reading: “water is sacred.”. Between 1962 and 1970, a paper mill dumped 9,000 kg of mercury into the Wabigoon River upstream from Grassy Narrows, with the Province’s permission. Kenora—Today, Members of Grassy Narrows First Nation—Youth groups, Band Councilors, Drum Groups, Elders and others—are engaging in a multi-stage protest against logging in their territory. McGill Sociological Review, Volume 4 (February 2014): 43-66 Natalia Ilyniak University of Manitoba Abstract: Using an environmental injustice framework, this paper explores how the case of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows,an Anishinaabe community in Northwestern Ontario, exists as part of broader colonial processes in Canada. Print; Rainforest Action Network members Brady McGarry and Emily Reilly are … annual gatherings with Marius Mason, Eric McDavid, and All Eco-Prisoners. Short Video The Public of Service Alliance of Canada has partnered with the community of Grassy Narrows to launch this campaign demanding safe drinking water in First Nations communities. 2002: Harada returns to Grassy Narrows to find that 43 per cent of the people who had levels above the Heath Canada guidelines in 1975 had died. Fishing was banned from the river in 1970 after the river was contaminated. April marks the 50th anniversary of the fishing industry being shut down in Grassy Narrows due to mercury contamination of the river system. The protest comes a day after a newly translated study of Grassy Narrows by Japanese scientist Dr. Masazumi Harada showed 79 per cent of 187 people tested in 2002 and 2004 had or may have had Minimata disease, a condition arising from exposure to methyl-mercury. ", Audience Relations, CBC P.O. "[We want] our issues to be dealt with seriously by the medical establishment in Canada and in Ontario," Fobister said. "I didn't do that last night — last night I lacked respect towards them and I apologize.". The situation in Grassy Narrows was highlighted by Amnesty International on World Water Day in March as one example in Canada of "environmental racism.". "As we speak, our people are having to suffer in the Kenora hospital, or in Thunder Bay or in Winnipeg, and the numbers are growing," Da Silva said. December 1985: Grassy Narrows band votes to accept an $8-million compensation settlement from the pulp mill and two levels of government. The people of Grassy Narrows have already made it clear that multinational logging companies like Weyerhaeuser are incompatible with their vision for the preservation and use of their territory. "Once the requirements have been finalized, the next steps can get underway.". The environmental group Earthroots released a study Tuesday supporting the reserve's argument that mercury problems persist. The dumping also affected Wabaseemoong, another First Nation, about 100 kilometres northwest of Kenora. It has a registered population of 1,595 as of October 2019, of which … Decades of government inaction. "We're really worried this promise won't be fulfilled," Da Silva said, with the 2019 federal election drawing closer. I doubt it very much," said Patrick Madahbee, the Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief. Hundreds of peaceful protesters made their way to the legislature carrying paper fish on sticks and 1,000 metres of blue fabric to symbolize a" wild river.". They want the federal government to re-examine and tighten guidelines covering cumulative exposure to low levels of mercury. Grassy Narrows protest crude by rail shipments with water ceremony. While the province has committed to indexing payouts to inflation, there's been little talk about changing the eligibility criteria. She is heard saying "people in Grassy Narrows are suffering from mercury poisoning, you committed to addressing this crisis," while appearing to be removed from the room. The fur trade shifted this practice toward trapping smaller animals and trading their furs. Hopes of a deal on wood rights in the Whiskey Jack may take a bit longer. Grassy Narrows protesters want to turn the spotlight away from Trudeau and back where it belongs By Mitch Potter Staff Reporter Fri., March 29, 2019 timer 7 … It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. Traditionally, Ojibwe hunted large game for subsistence. "We also have the fact that there have been these long struggles for justice that, at this point, we finally see them bearing fruit," he said. "There are communities, particularly communities of colour and Indigenous peoples, who daily have to live with threats to their health and well-being from environmental contamination that would be unthinkable for so many other wealthier communities," said Craig Benjamin, Amnesty International Canada's Indigenous rights campaigner. The fur trade economy transformed Ojibwe social organization and resource use. Six people were charged with multiple offences after a protest on Thursday at Queen's Park about mercury poisoning on the Grassy Narrows reserve — in which demonstrators dumped grey liquid outside the Legislature. A group of Grassy Narrows teens were ejected from the legislature three weeks ago for wearing T-shirts that said "water is sacred." Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. 1962 to 1970: A pulp and paper mill owned by Reed Inc., and later Great Lakes Forest Products Ltd., dumps mercury-contaminated effluent into the Wabigoon River. "We have a report, apparently, which says we have a continuing problem, and this contrasts with the federal government saying that things are under control," said McGuinty. Mercury has caused more than health problems for Grassy River. Photograph: Judy da Silva/Judy da Silva for Guardian US In 1975, Keesick was invited to Minamata, Japan, … The Mercury Disability Board administers compensation from a special fund to people whose health was affected by mercury. Harada visited again several years ago and found 43 per cent of the people who had mercury levels above Health Canada guidelines in 1975 had died. The Grassy Narrows First Nation is granted a reserve on their traditional lands along the Wabigoon River. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. Mark Calzavara. Grassy Narrows protest. Even residents whose mercury levels were within the limits set by Health Canada were still experiencing mercury-related problems, Harada found. They migrated northward and westward during the late 17th and early 18th centuries in search of animals to supply the fur trade. No one told Grassy Narrows about this poison until 1970. By Joshua Trujillo on March 15, 2007 at 2:50 PM. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. "It is heartbreaking to hear the stories from the community members whose health has been affected by the mercury poisoning," Angus Toulouse, the Assembly of First Nations Ontario regional chief, said at the Queen's Park demonstration. "The timelines for completion of the treatment facility will depend on the project requirements and the final design agreed upon by the federal and provincial project participants and the Grassy Narrows community," he added. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. But the community is now waiting for Ottawa to commit to funding a detailed work plan — the next step in the project, she said. The elevated levels of mercury in the river that runs adjacent to Grassy Narrows also closed a once-thriving fishery in the 1970s, decimating the local economy. A number of studies have linked the comparatively poor health of people in the community to the dumping of mercury-contaminated effluent by Reed Paper, former owners of the mill in Dryden, into the river where members of the First Nation have traditionally fished. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for comments he made to Grassy Narrows protesters at a Liberal Party fundraiser Wednesday night. The teens from Grassy Narrows then put on identical T-shirts with their message that water is sacred, but that's considered a protest in the legislature so the Speaker had them removed from the house. This caused an immediate jump in local unemployment — to 80 per cent — a level that has persisted ever since. They also want the government to permanently monitor mercury levels through an environmental centre in the community. "Really, there's no clearer example of this than Grassy Narrows. Grassy Narrows is trying to rebuild an economy and way of life that have been devastated by decades of severe environmental contamination and destruction. Grassy Narrows also is pushing for federal help for remediation of the polluted English-Wabigoon River system and better compensation for people affected by the toxic element. Ottawa stopped monitoring mercury levels in the area in 1999, claiming that the levels of mercury in the Wabigoon River are below federal guidelines. Community leaders have called on senior levels of government for better compensation, saying the existing Mercury Disability Board, established in the 1980s and under provincial jurisdiction, has only resulted in about six per cent of Grassy Narrows members getting any compensation. The protesters, however, demanded that governments acknowledge that mercury poisoning is still a problem. On June 20, 2019, members of Grassy Narrows First Nation and their supporters took to the streets of Toronto to protest their suffering at the 2019 River Run event—a march and protest organized by Grassy Narrows community members and their supporters. Grassy Narrows protest crude by rail shipments with water ceremony. Amnesty International has been working with the community for close to 20 years, he said, adding specialized health care should have been on the table years ago. New generation suffering mercury poisoning at Grassy Narrows, Ont. The six are due to appear in a Toronto courtroom on Friday. The long-term health effects of mercury poisoning include tunnel vision, loss of co-ordination, numbness, tremors, loss of balance and speech impediments. It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. Many of the teens of Grassy Narrows have participated in logging blockades and marches to protest governmment inaction on the mercury contamination. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for how he responded to a protester Wednesday evening who was advocating on behalf of a northern Ontario First Nation struggling with health effects linked to historical industrial dumping upstream from the community. Da Silva said Grassy Narrows has also yet to secure a visit from Trudeau, despite chief and council requesting he come to the community. Under the 1985 compensation deal, those with mercury poisoning recognized by the board received $250 to $800 a month. On February 27th, the Assembly of First Nations’ National Chief Matthew Coon Come will be in Grassy Narrows First Nation of Ontario to show support for a road blockade set up by the community. June 11 - Day of Solidarity. In a video posted to the Council of Canadians' verified Facebook page Wednesday evening, a woman is shown standing in front of the stage where Trudeau is standing; she appears to unfurl a banner that references the prime minister and compensation for the "mercury crisis." Olscamp said in his email that Indigenous Services Canada "continues to work collaboratively with the communities of Grassy Narrows First Nation, Wabaseemoong Independent Nations and provincial partners to address the specific health needs in these communities and reform the Mercury Disability Board. Events List. ", SPECIAL FEATURE: Children of the poisoned river. 5 years ago. 1999: Health Canada ends systematic monitoring of mercury in the area. "From time to time, I'm in situations where people are expressing concerns or protesting a particular thing, and I always try to be respectful and always try to engage with them in a positive way," Trudeau told reporters in Halifax on Thursday morning. 1913: Dryden Timber and Power starts the first kraft pulp mill in northwest Ontario. He found some residents with mercury levels over three times the Health Canada limit. Grassy Narrows leaders marched alongside hundreds of supporters through downtown Toronto to demand action amid the ongoing mercury poisoning crisis in the northern Ontario First Nation. A river poisoned with mercury. "We're hoping that ... [Ottawa] will put something in place that will fulfil that promise for a mercury home and for mercury justice for our people.". Youth and Elders joined by Grassy Narrows Drum Groups for public demonstrations at Weyerhaeuser, MNR, and Kenora Forest Products. Members of Grassy Narrows First Nation converged on Queen's Park on Wednesday to protest against decades of mercury poisoning in their northern Ontario community. 'Help us' Grassy Narrows chief demands of federal government after release of new report, Grassy Narrows hopes to break ground on mercury treatment centre in spring, 2019, 'Christmas came early': Ottawa commits to Grassy Narrows mercury treatment centre. 1975: Japanese neurologist Dr. Masazumi Harada travels to the Grassy Narrows reserve to determine the cause of health problems that include twitches, dizziness, eye problems and severe birth defects. No commitment to visits by PM Trudeau to 2 northern Ontario First Nations, CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. "This isn't something that should be delayed.". Grassy Narrows First Nation held a protest and demonstration in Toronto on Wednesday evening during a Liberal Party fundraiser to press the Trudeau … "Would members of the Ontario legislature or the House of Commons tolerate a situation where their families' primary source of water and food was contaminated by a lethal poison? Protesters from Grassy Narrows … Mark Calzavara. "The people of Grassy Narrows have raised their concerns for 40 years now, only to have these concerns fall on deaf ears.". In addition, large patrilineal clans divide… Trudeau, still on the stage, is heard saying, while facing the direction in which the woman was taken out of the room, "Thank you for being here, thank you very much for your donation tonight, I really appreciate it," which draws cheers and applause from the crowd. Residents suffering the effects of mercury in the water have not been adequately compensated, Fobister said, although their problems in some cases are worse than when the contamination of a local river was recognized more than 30 years ago. A Dryden, Ont., paper mill dumped the equivalent of 9,000 kilograms of mercury into the Wabigoon River between 1962 and 1970, causing long-term health problems for more than 100 people in the community, Earthroots said. Drawing upon primary and secondary sources, as well as … "The crunch is coming ... and we need something concrete in place ... for the mercury home to be a reality. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for how he responded to a protester Wednesday evening who was advocating on behalf of a northern Ontario First Nation struggling with health effects linked to historical industrial dumping upstream from the community. The Grassy Narrows protest in Toronto was at the Omni King Edward Hotel, where Trudeau was scheduled to appear at a Laurier Club donor "appreciation event.". For almost 50 years, Grassy Narrows First Nation in Ontario, Canada, has been forced to deal with mercury poisoning as a result of industrial pollution. Grassy Narrows is only one of more than 100 First Nations communities that do not have access to safe water for drinking, cooking and bathing. Grassy Narrows First Nation held a protest and demonstration in Toronto on Wednesday evening during a Liberal Party fundraiser to press the Trudeau government on its promise to fund a specialized mercury treatment facility in the northwestern Ontario community that's about 100 kilometres northeast of Kenora. Members of the Grassy Narrows First Nation make their way to Queen's Park to protest, Wednesday, April 7, 2010. "This is the moment which really seems like — moreso than ever before — justice could be possible. "It is too early at this point to provide a definitive date for the project completion.". Grassy Narrows submitted a feasibility study for the treatment centre in late 2018, said the community's environmental health co-ordinator, Judy Da Silva. Round River Rendezvous & OC. June 23, 2016 Protesters dumped grey liquid on Ontario legislative grounds Six people were charged with multiple offences after a protest on Thursday at Queen’s Park about mercury poisoning on the Grassy Narrows reserve — in which demonstrators dumped grey liquid outside the Legislature. Protesters also stopped at the provincial building and Weyerhaeuser. William Olscamp, a spokesperson for Indigenous Services Canada, said in an email to CBC News that the department has reviewed the mercury treatment centre's feasibility study "and is actively engaged with the community, the province and other technical experts to continue to effectively map out the required services against the technical requirements of the building. He said representatives from his office will be in touch with the office of Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan. Former Indigenous services minister Jane Philpott pledged in late 2017 that Ottawa would fund the development and construction of a treatment facility for people exposed to mercury-related illnesses in Grassy Narrows. Grassy Narrows First Nation - Artist's Website - Protesters dumped grey liquid on Ontario legislative grounds. "The situation in Grassy Narrows is one that we have been following for quite awhile," Trudeau said Thursday. 5 années ago. 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