Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on Supreme Court ruling in Tsilhqot'in title case| July 21, 2014
The struggle to defend Tsilhqot'in territory goes back to1864 when six chiefs were hanged for resisting a road being built to the gold fields in Barkerville. This Supreme Court decision is the first to acknowledge Aboriginal title on the ground. It will change the nature of treaty negotiations and affect the future of development projects all across B.C. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip is president of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs. He speaks with Redeye host Lorraine Chisholm.
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