The Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association (NSTA) unanimously passed a resolution against nuclear waste today, on the second day of its annual convention in Prince Albert. The NSTA represents roughly 3,000 trappers from the more than 80 Fur Blocks throughout Northern Saskatchewan.
Message from Fish Lake Métis local President Bryan Lee:
We are so very pleased to share that we were successful in presenting a resolution to the Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association at the convention held in Prince Albert today. The resolution states, “The Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association are united in their opposition to the storage and transport of high level nuclear waste in Saskatchewan.” The resolution was accepted and passed with a unanimous vote!
~ Bryan Lee, President MN-S Local 108 Fish Lake
Read the Prince Albert Daily Herald’s coverage of the convention. Day 1: Northern trappers convention focuses on sustainability. Day 2: Trappers pass unanimous resolutions on logging, nuclear waste.