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Innu speak out against low-flying jets

It's a battle over the land and its resources. The fight has taken place on the land, in the courts and in the media. When government and native groups signed treaty agreements over a century ago, neither side imagined the repercussions. Canada's native people say treaties have been ignored and their rights — from logging trees to fishing eels — have been limited. In the 1980s, frustration grew and failed negotiations turned into roadblocks and deadly confrontation.

Study conducted on impact of NATO training base in Goose Bay, Newfoundland.  

Medium: Television
Program: The National
Broadcast Date: May 20, 1987
Guest(s): Bob Aylward, Perrin Beatty, Geoff Carre, David Nuke, Roy West
Host: Knowlton Nash
Reporter: Kathryn Wright
Duration: 3:01

Last updated: January 18, 2013

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