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July 14, July 17: Oka: 20 years later. What have we learned?

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We look back at one of the defining moments of Aboriginal/ Canadian relations. Oka led to near civil war, and resulted in tremendous changes in relations between Canadians and the country's first peoples. The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples was created out of Oka, as was a new policy on policing First Nations. The world was made aware of Canada's simmering Aboriginal situation, and learned a lot about the Warrior society. And, no golf course was built in the pines.

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The Oka Invitational comedy. A web exclusive!
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The full length Ballad of Oka:
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