News in Review Native Claims: Growing Frustrations

News in Review Native Claims: Growing Frustrations

This News in Review story looks at the stand-off at Gustafsen Lake in Secwepemec (Shuswap) territory in B.C. and the occupation of Ipperwash Provincial Park by Chippewa protesters in Ontario. These events during the summer of 1995 are the points of departure for examining the larger issues of land claims and the growing frustration of First Nations groups. Also covered is a blockade by Mi'kmaq protesters asserting their fishing rights on the Miramichi River in New Brunswick.

  • 1995
  • 00:10:30
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 10/15/1995
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Edition
October 1995
Subjects
Gustafsen Lake Standoff, B.C., 1995 [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- British Columbia [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- British Columbia -- Claims [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- British Columbia -- Government relations [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- British Columbia -- Social conditions [LCSH] British Columbia -- History [LCSH] Ipperwash Incident, Ont., 1993- [CSH] Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Ontario [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Ontario -- Claims [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Ontario -- Government relations [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Ontario -- Social conditions [LCSH] Ontario -- History [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Fishing -- New Brunswick [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- New Brunswick [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- New Brunswick -- Claims [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- New Brunswick -- Government relations [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- New Brunswick -- Social conditions [LCSH] New Brunswick -- History [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Canada [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Claims [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Government relations [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Treaties [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- History [LCSH] Social sciences [LCSH] Indigenous peoples -- Study and teaching -- Canada [LCSH] Canada -- History [LCSH] Law -- Study and teaching [LCSH] Social justice -- Study and teaching [LCSH] Political science [LCSH]
Team
Knowlton Nash (Host), Susan Harada (Journalist), Kas Roussy (Journalist)
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