Native American Public Telecommunications



Crisis at Burnt Church (9/4/00)

Date of this Version

September 2000


Anti-Indian organizations and the Ontario Fish and Game Department are squaring off against Aboriginal fishermen in New Brunswick, Canada. The battle is over fishing rights and quotas. First Nations people fear this could lead to an armed conflict if the people are not allowed to subsist. It's happened before. Will it happen again? Guests include Karen Somerville, spokesperson for the Burnt Church Aboriginal community.

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