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June 3, 2011 - Part 2

Old Order Mennonites Ben and Elisabeth fight to preserve their beliefs in modesty, simplicity and community. Ojibway people believe that rushing water helps communicate with the ancestors. So what happens when that water is blocked by a hydro development project?

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