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Algonquin Chief Harry St. Denis on the Chaudiere Islands sacred site and 'Zibi' development

Lack of government consultation on Windmill's condo project in Ottawa is violating Indigneous rights

by CKCU 93.1 FM - OTTAWA

Wolf Lake First Nation
Wolf Lake First Nation
Chief Harry St. Denis
Chief Harry St. Denis

17-minute interview with Wolf Lake FN Chief  on the historical and spiritual signifigance of the site at Chaudiere Falls to the Algonquin Nation, the legal duty of consultation from the federal government and National Capital Commission but the lack of consultation from all levels of government, the need for involvement and direction from all Algonquin communities, and the opportunity to actually do something postiive at this site, starting from the vision of the late Elder Grandfather William Commanda.

From February 2016 on the CKCU Window of Opportunty show with host Chris White, and also featuring guest Peter Stockdale, member of Freeing Chaudiere Falls and its Islands (http://FreeTheFalls.ca)

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