Environmental Issues: Wildlands
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- In the Far North, A Fight for a Forest Homeland
An interview with Chief John Miswagon, of Northern Manitoba's Pimicikamak Cree.
- As leader of the Pimicikamak executive council since 1999, Chief John Miswagon has directed an international environmental and human rights campaign to protect his people and traditional territory from a devastating hydroelectric project dating from the 1970s, which is now threatening to expand its operations.
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