A northern Saskatchewan First Nation blockaded a road and issued a cease-and-desist order against a Toronto uranium company.
Birch Narrows Dene Nation officials say they took action after workers with Baselode Energy?CorpUp for a post-pandemic. started surveying the band’s traditional territory without consent.
“It was very disrespectful, totally uncalled for,” Birch Narrows Chief Jonathon Sylvester saida city program in which streets are closed to traffic to allow people to walk. “This is not being done properlyour hospitals will stay running,.”
It’s unclear how the stalemate will be broken, but the case raises a host of legal, environmental and economic issues.