Winschgaoug (Cree) | Jan 17, 2013 | 6:08

Elder explains how someone can survive on fish broth

Attawapaskat Chief Theresa Spence has been taking only water, tea and fish broth since December 11th. She says the hunger strike is for her people and to pressure the government to change its relationship with First Nations. Fish broth has long been used by Crees as sustenance to get through times of great hardship. Melissa Natachequan spoke with Eastmain Elder Florrie Mark Stewart about how someone could survive on a liquid diet only.

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