All posts from Tereasa Maillie

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We Are All Water-Keepers: KAIROS Watershed Discipleship

The KAIROS group in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, have released a report looking at the threats to the local watershed, calling for immediate changes to the management and approaches. Called “We Are All Water-Keepers”, the report written by local people, First Nation members, scientists and the Calling Lake District Planning Commission, wants to ignite action to […]

March 18th

XL Pipeline Opposition: National Congress of American Indians

  The news that US President Barack Obama has vetoed the Keystone XL Pipeline project has not ended the debates over the building of TransCanada’s 1,179-mile (1,897 km) pipeline.  Beginning in Hardisty, Alberta, and extending south to Steele City, Nebraska, the pipeline will cross many aboriginal group’s traditional areas. As mentioned in previous Eden Keeper […]

February 27th

Keystone XL Pipeline Opposition: Rosebud Sioux

While part of  TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline project has lately been given the green light by the US Congress, this means nothing to the many groups that oppose the project. Congress has just passed legislation granting permission to build the 1,200-mile Keystone XL pipeline. Running from Canadian oil fields down to Steele City, Nebraska, petroleum […]

January 22nd

Southern Alberta Renewal: Waterton Meditations

Our spiritual journey last summer through Southern Alberta, Canada, went though Writing-On-Stone and Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, both in a semi-arid landscape of never-ending prairie.  Our third stop, Waterton Lakes National Park, was very different geographically. Rugged, windswept mountains rise abruptly from the prairie with a commanding view from the lakeside below. The view had the effect […]

January 9th