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Background Information

Employment History

Grand Rapids Community Foundation


Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager

Pacific Business & Law Institute


Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager

University of Alberta


Affiliations

Beaver Lake Cree Nation

Member


Indigenous Environmental Network

Fellow


Women's Earth and Climate Caucus

Delegate


Sierra Club of Canada

Prairie Activist


BLCN Inc.

Band Member and Activist


Front-Line

Member of the Fellowship Program


Women of the Land Delegation

Member


WECC

Delegate


Education

second degree

University of Alberta


Web References(78 Total References)


Pacific Business & Law Institute - Vancouver, BC - Infringement Claims and Cumulative Effects: Aboriginal Law’s Next Frontier

www.pbli.com [cached]

Crystal Lameman, Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager, Beaver Lake Cree Nation, AB.
Crystal is from the Beaver Lake Cree Nation, Treaty No. 6, Alberta where she is the Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager. She uses her formal academia (two university degrees) but most importantly her Indigenous ways of knowing and being to articulate the damaging impacts of industrialization and resource extraction on her homelands. Prior to her current position, she was the Climate and Energy Campaigner for Sierra Club Canada, Prairie Chapter and prior to that was the Canadian Tar Sands Campaigner for the Indigenous Environmental Network.


Luis Camargo, Author at California Student Sustainability Coalition

www.sustainabilitycoalition.org [cached]

Panelists: Jamie Henn, Crystal Lameman, Laura Nader
Crystal Lameman: Crystal Lameman is a Beaver Lake Cree First Nation activist, a Sierra Club Prairie activist and the Peace River tar sands campaigner for the Indigenous Environmental Network in Alberta, Canada - and a mother of two. With infectious dedication and passion, Crystal is committed to restoring Native treaty rights and stopping the expansion of the tar sands. Crystal is involved in the work of her nation to take the Canadian government to court over 17,000 treaty violations.


www.bioneers.org

Crystal Lameman
Crystal is a Beaver Lake Cree First Nation activist, a Sierra Club Prairie activist and the Peace River tar sands campaigner for the Indigenous Environmental Network in Alberta, Canada, and a mother of two. With infectious dedication and passion, Crystal is committed to restoring Native treaty rights and stopping the expansion of the tar sands. "We have come to a point where we have to not be afraid of holding the Canadian government accountable for our treaty rights," she exclaims. But she is a lone voice in her community.


Cosmic Vision News - Show Summary With Links - Cosmic Vision News

www.greenprintforlife.org [cached]

ABC News in Australia interviewed two women, "Amelia Telford, the National Director of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network in Australia, and Crystal Lameman, the Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager for the Intergovernmental Affairs, and Industry Relations Department for the Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Canada as they discuss the role of Indigenous people, particularly women, in the protection of their lands:
CLICK TO VIEW STORY AND VIDEO - 05MAR ABC News 24 Australia via Facebook: Indigenous land protection featuring Amelia Telford, the National Director of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network, and Crystal Lameman, the Treaty Coordinator and Communications Manager for the Intergovernmental Affairs, and Industry Relations Department for the Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Canada as they discuss the role of Indigenous people, particularly women, in the protection of their lands.


peopleandplanet.org

Crystal Lameman - First Nation Canadian tar sands activist


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