Métis Nation – Saskatchewan (MNS). Resolution to officially take the position to oppose and prohibit the storage and transportation of high level toxic nuclear waste in Saskatchewan. November 5, 2011. Details: MNS AGA Minutes Nov 5 2011 (page 2, Motion 005)
Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association (NSTA). Resolution passed unanimously at the NSTA annual convention in Prince Albert: “The Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association are united in their opposition to the storage and transport of high level nuclear waste in Saskatchewan.” March 15, 2013.
Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC). Resolution of opposition to the transportation, disposal and storage of used nuclear fuel / high level radioactive waste in Saskatchewan and related actions to be taken. August 26, 2012. Details: NWAC Resolution
Saskatchewan Aboriginal Women’s Circle Corporation (SAWCC). Resolution of opposition to the transportation, disposal and storage of used nuclear fuel / high level radioactive waste in Saskatchewan. March 10, 2012. Details: SAWCC Resolution
Canoe Lake First Nation. Band Council Resolution opposing the transportation and storage of nuclear waste. Details forthcoming.
La Loche. Municipal Resolution opposing the transportation and storage of nuclear waste. Details Forthcoming.
Beauval N-12 Fur Block Trappers Association. Resolution against nuclear waste transportation and storage in Saskatchewan. Carried again on October 29, 2012. Details: Beauval N12 Trappers Resolution
Beauval Interagency Group. Motion that the decision on whether or not to host a nuclear waste repository in northern Saskatchewan must not be made by one community but rather as an entire region of all potentially affected communities. November 14, 2012. Details: Beauval Interagency Group motion for regional decision