“”For us, it’s not a question of asking for land. We know it’s our land. The problem is that the province figures it’s theirs and they keep issuing licenses – permits to the oil and gas industry and also to the logging industry. It’s been a long, hard struggle. They’re finding more and more oil and gas and now we’re talking tar sands.” — Lubicon Cree Chief Bernard Ominayak
In “Our land, my people”, a new half-hour documentary by Amnesty International, the Lubicon Cree of northern Alberta tell the story of their long struggle defend their culture and way of life.
For more information, to support the Lubicon, or to order a copy of the documentary, visit: www.amnesty.ca/lubicon