Listen to a firsthand account from the Horn sisters as they recall the last day of the crisis, and the violent incident that resulted in 14 year-old Waneek being stabbed in the chest by a soldier's bayonet. "I handed my little sister to her and I looked down. I felt like my chest hurt and I looked down and I had blood all over the front my shirt and I went 'oh my god.' I looked in my shirt and I had a huge gash in my chest," Horn-Miller said.
"On July 11, 1990, my world became a lot more black and white as a writer and journalist. The actions of Canada and Quebec shattered most of the illusions I'd been taught about a 'Just Society', the 'rule of law', and 'honour of the Crown.' Mohawk journalist Dan David reflects on his time during the Oka summer as he takes a group of friends on a tour of the Pines and the place where his grandparents are buried.