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Sayers said the traditional fishing village known as Gargantua Harbour, is known to the band as Nanabozhung.
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it's integral to our people's livelihoods, it's integral to our people as far as our obligations, and our responsibilities, and our religion, and society is concerned. after meeting with local fishermen, Sayers tried to start a communication with the Converse Shoe Laces Nz provincial government and the MNR.
where tourists can come and visit and be kayaking.
really a place that was part of our obligations, fulfilment of our responsibilities, as part of the area that we looked after. said the provincial park took over Nanabozhung in the 1940's when it was illegal for the band to protest. He said in the 80's and 90's they also protested but when he became chief in 2005 getting Nanabozhung back became a priority.
talking at a level where we want to have arrangements and discussions and try to set up a relationship that allows us not to be fighting each other in the courts, but coming to solutions together, Bryant said.
said 'We're not going to take it anymore,' Sayers said. need to reopen it. It's not a choice, you have to do it. We gave them 90 days to open it, 60 days, 30 days, and finally a couple hundred of us went up with our leaders, and our council, and our elders, and our spiritual people, and we conducted ceremony, we talked to the ancestors, and we reopened the road ourselves. MNR said in an email to The Sault Star Wednesday: First Nations members constructed a road and installed water crossings in Lake Superior Park over a two kilometre stretch of what was a walking trail. months before the MNR served the band, in March 2008, then Aboriginal Affairs Minister Michael Bryant told The Star that he didn't want the Gargantua Harbour situation to go to court.
In August 2007, Batchewana First Nations Chief Dean Sayers led around 200 Batchewana band members as they re established road access to Gargantua Harbour in Lake Superior Provincial Park.
had really reached a level of frustration with Ontario in regards to their theft of our lands back in the 1940's, namely the Lake Superior Provincial Park, Sayers said in front of the court house earlier this week.
It wasn't until October 2008 that the Ministry of Natural Resources served Sayers and the band with several charges under the Provincial Parks and Conservation Act and the Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act.
Gargantua Harbour matter before courts
When contacted on Tuesday, the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs referred The Star to the MNR, the MNR which wrote via email it would be inappropriate for them to comment as the case is before the courts. However, the ministry stressed the importance of preserving provincial parks.
put resource sustainability, environment values and public safety at risk will continue to be investigated and acted upon as necessary.
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