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Flooding Job's Garden
Directed by Boyce Richardson
Produced by James Cullingham & Peter Raymont
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Part of AS LONG AS THE RIVERS FLOW series

The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement of 1975, hailed by governments as a model for future land claims and self-government settlements - is considered Canada's first "modern Treaty." 15 years later, Robert Bourassa's dream of northern hydro-electric power has become a nightmare for the James Bay Cree.

In FLOODING JOB'S GARDEN, Boyce Richardson revisits communities he first filmed in the 1970s, before Hydro Quebec began its work, documenting 20 years of massive change in Cree country. As Bourassa and Hydro Quebec prepare for Phase 2, the Crees are mounting an international campaign to protect the environment and ensure responsible development.

59 minutes / Color
Release: 1991
Copyright: 1991

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This DVD is sold with a license for institutional use and Public Performance rights.

Subject areas:
Business, Canadian Studies, Ecology, Energy, Environment, Indigenous Peoples, Law, Native People, Natural & Manmade Materials, Nature, Sustainability, Water

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