Thank you for visiting. The purpose of this website is to educate and inform the public about threats to the Kipawa watershed.
Our current focus is on mining and specifically the mining of rare earths. Kipawa Lake is an important ecological entity, source of drinking water, a world renowned tourist destination and has significant cultural and historic value to local communities. These uses and values should be given priority over a short-term economic gain from a toxic open-pit mining project. Please read and share the information provided and please contact us with your questions, concerns or to be more involved.
What can you do to help?
- Support our fundraising initiatives
(funds are required for printing information booklets, posters, administrative costs, education events for the public, etc.)
Save Kipawa Lake T-Shirts
Save Kipawa Lake Lawn Signs
Blue T-Shirts available
Lawn signs available
($10 each includes wire stand)
- We are always in need of volunteers.
If you are against the mine and interested in helping please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sign the petitions
- Write letters to local, provincial and government officials expressing your opposition to mining in the Kipawa watershed and
the proposed rare earth mine.
- Be informed. This website has a great deal of researched, factual information about mining, rare earth mining, the proposed projects and impacts. Please read it. Share this knowledge with your friends, family, neighbours.
Contact us if you have questions. If you do not support the mine speak out and have your voice heard.
Recent News Articles
Rare Earth Recycling Takes On New Luster
Parlvu RNNR Meeting No. 14 – Rare Earth Mining
Terres Rares: Tyrrell vs Breton
The search for transparency in a global gold rush for rare earths
The Green Party of Quebec does not support Rare Earth Mining
Environment Group APART launches studies into risks of air pollution for the Kipawa Rare Earth project
Toyoto Prius Not So Green After All
What you need to know about rare earth metal mining
Opponent Fears for Lake
Temiscaming Residents Rally Against Mine
Peaceful protest in Kipawa against Matamec mining project
Rare Earths Mine Under Scrutiny
La Coalition Quebec Ait Meilleure Mine requests a provincial environmental impact assessment and BAPE (Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnment) for the Kipawa Rare Earths project
Wolf Lake and Eagle Village First Nations call for a joint review panel for the federal environmental impact assessment for the Kipawa Rare Earths project
China’s Rare Earth Warning
Rare Earth Metals Not the Only Answer, Says UConn Chemist