“The land is still here”: Edmond Jack on the recent Grassy Narrows court ruling
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“The land is still here”: Edmond Jack on the recent Grassy Narrows court ruling

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John Ahni Schertow
July 22, 2014
 

Following the Supreme Court of Canada’s July 11 decision to back the province of Ontario’s right under Treaty 3 to take lands within Asubpeeschoseewagong Anishinabek territory without federal government approval, IC Magazine took the opportunity to speak to Grassy Narrows Youth Organizer, Edmond Jack, to find out what he thinks about the ruling and what it means for his people.

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