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Dishonour of the Crown:The Ontario Resource Regime in the Valley of the Kiji Sibi

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The territory of the OmA mA�winini (Algonquin) peoples of southern Ontario is rich with natural resources. Yet for more than four centuries, the Algonquin have been economically and politically marginalized, while corporate and foreign interests profited from their land. In 2006, one community discovered that 26,000 acres had been staked for uranium exploration-land they n ...more
paperback, 80 pages
Published November 15th 2008 by Arbeiter Ring
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Ursula Pflug
This review appeared in The Peterborough Examiner in May, 2009.

Dishonour of the Crown:
The Ontario Resource Regime in the Valley of the Kiji Sibi
By Paula Sherman
Foreword by Leanne Simpson
Arbeiter Ring Publishing
$12.95
88 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-8904037-36-5

Review by Ursula Pflug

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Dr. Paula Sherman was in the news last year when she and fellow professor Robert Lovelace were arrested for protesting the exploratory drilling for uranium by Frontenac Ventures Corp. near Sharbot Lake in rural eastern Onta
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