A site for self-determination and against the enclosure of knowledge
Within one year, the reserve’s net debt increased from $5 million to $6.2 million.
By Tiar Wilson, CBC News, Nov 29, 2014
It has taken Tannis Blacksmith 33 years to open her eyes to politics on her reserve, and she has a word for her actions, or lack thereof: Shameful.
As recently as mid-November, Blacksmith discovered the location of the chief and council chambers on the Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN), where she has lived most of her life.
She found it when she showed up with around 40 fellow band members in protest.
“[I had no idea]…if we were even allowed to go there,” she said.
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