Dorothy L Crate is a respected elder and member of Fisher River Cree Nation who wants the lands and waters protected for future generations.
CPAWS congratulates Chief David Crate of Fisher River Cree Nation for receiving the prestigious Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award. The award was given to him for his many contributions and outstanding service to his community. CPAWS worked with Chief Crate and Fisher River Cree Nation to establish the Fisher Bay provincial park. Our partnership continues in the quest to expand the park boundaries based on ecological, economic, and cultural studies.
First Nation and conservation group say government is six months past deadline For Immediate Release Fisher River Cree Nation (FRCN) and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) say it’s … Read More
WINNIPEG, March 10. The Fisher River Cree Nation and a leading environmental organization are taking their campaign for a wilderness park to the Manitoba legislature. The groups will appeal directly … Read More