ON withdraws 23,181 sq km of KI Homeland, but GLR dispute unresolved

Ontario has withdrawn 23,181 sq kms of KI Homelands from mining exploration.  Gods Lake Resources' claims and leases at  Sherman Lake are not  affected.  More soon…


GLR to hire guns to force drilling on KI sacred lands

Gods Lake Resources (GLR) has announced that they plan to hire private security for their drill program on KI lands known to have sacred burials.  Minister
Bartolucci recently wrote to KI saying that GLR may try to access KI land this month.  Chief Morris is warning police that KI is mobilizing and says he is afraid this is going to escalate. (more…)

Chief Morris warns: Things are heating up.

Chief Donny Morris of KI is sending a message to the Ontario Provincial Police and to the Ontario Government that the First Nation is ready to take action against God’s Lake Resources if necessary.


TODAY: Join KI in Toronto for a rally, video launch, and speak out

Community leaders from Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) Nation will be in Toronto at a public talk on March 5th followed by a rally on March 6th to demand that God's Lake Resources Inc (GLR) stop exploration on sacred burial grounds on their Homeland and that Ontario cease all mining and exploration on KI Lands and respect KI's Water Declaration


OFL writes to McGuinty in support of KI

OFL:  "[W]e believe that the government must deliver on its 2008 promise of a joint panel to resolve KI’s outstanding issues with mining exploration. A moratorium must be placed on mining and exploration until an accord can be reached. We further support KI’s Water Declaration and Consultation Protocol and call on Ontario to fully recognize and respect these Indigenous laws."