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Crystal Lameman

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Beaver Lake Cree First Nation Act...

Phone: (505) ***-****  HQ Phone
1607 Paseo De Peralta Ste. 3
Santa Fe , New Mexico 87501
United States

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Beaver Lake Cree Nation
  • Member
    Indigenous Environmental Network
  • Fellow
    Indigenous Environmental Network
  • Member
    Women of the Land Delegation


  • second degree
    University of Alberta
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Crystal ..., 19 Nov 2014 [cached]
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.
"Our elders remind us that we ..., 2 Aug 2014 [cached]
"Our elders remind us that we cannot drink oil and we cannot eat money," said Crystal Lameman, of the Beaver Lake Creek Nation, located in the tar sands region of Alberta, Canada. "We're here in solidarity with all the First Nations in Canada - the Dene, Cree and Metis Peoples - who are directly impacted by tar sands expansion.
PM Press - News > Additional Stories, 1 Dec 2014 [cached]
Crystal Lameman, a member of Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Alberta, Canada and an Indigenous rights and tar sands campaigner, notes:
Meet the Frontline Fellows | We Are Power Shift, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
Crystal Lameman
Indigenous Environmental Network
Crystal Lameman is a single 30 year old mother of two - a 5year old boy named Grey-Sky and a 3 year old girl named Gena and she is from the Beaver Lake Cree Nation which is located in N.E. Alberta, Canada. In 2008 her nation filed a statement of claim to the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench where at that time her nation claimed 17,000 Treaty violations thus a rejection of her nations Constitutionally protected rights as First Nations people of Canada; her nation has recently set historical precedence and been granted a trial by the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench, a first in the Alberta judicial system in regards to industry and First Nations claims. Through her involvement at the grassroots level she has traveled to England to deliver her message in relation to the European Fuel Quality Directive and the Canadian tar sands importation into Europe, she was a keynote speaker at the People and Planet Shared Planet conference, and rallied for support around England in the campaign against the tar sands destruction. Crystal has a 2 year Aboriginal Social Work diploma from Maskwacis Cultural College, a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Athabasca University, and is currently a candidate for a Bachelor of Education (June 2012) from the University of Alberta. She is actively involved in all that encompasses Indigenous rights and issues - socially, economically, and environmentally. Crystal is currently doing work on a voluntary basis with the Indigenous Environment Network and actively speaks out to media and plays host to the many people who travel to her community seeking information regarding her nations.
Sponsored by international environmental ..., 21 Sept 2012 [cached]
Sponsored by international environmental groups-who have also donated more than $400 000 to help cover BLCN's costly legal fees-members of the small First Nations, including Crystal Lameman and her uncle Al, have toured England to talk about their experiences living in oil country.
Crystal, who has two degrees from the University of Alberta and is a member of the Indigenous Environmental Network, recently moved back into her childhood home in BLCN. She says her people have been "drastically affected" by the 15 years or so of oil speculation in their backyards. "We've become economic hostages-our own people now say we need this industry, because we can no longer go to the land and get the things we need to live," Lameman says. "In the spring, we used to eat ducks on a weekly basis, make a nice soup-but they don't come here anymore like they used to. And the Saskatoon trees, which used to be black and heavy with berries, barely produce anymore." Lameman and the BLCN aren't advocating shutting down the oil sands.
For Crystal Lameman, she hopes for a victory-not just for the Beaver Lake Cree, but a symbolic one for all native people. "I want indigenous people around the world to be able to look at what our little band of treaty Indians did," Lameman says.
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