Wollaston: People Resisting Genocide
The story of the struggle of the native people in northern Saskatchewan to protect their homes from the immediate and long-term effects of uranium mining, and also to have a say in how their lands are used.
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Foreword by Rosalie Bertell Ph D G N S H
Chronology of Events July 1984August 1985
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Adele Ratt AECB August Beaverlodge Black Lake bomb Canada Canadian Chipewyan Cigar Lake Cluff Lake Collin's Bay B-zone committee contamination Corporation Council Dene depleted uranium downstream Dzeylion Earth elders Eldorado Nuclear Ltd environment environmental federal fight Finland fish Gandhi gate gathering and blockade going Gulf Minerals Hache Band June Key Lake Key Lake Mining La Ronge Lac La Hache land levels live look meeting in Wollaston metres mining companies native northern Saskatchewan nuclear power nuclear weapons operation Pinehouse plants pollution problem protest provincial government Rabbit Lake Rabbit Lake mill radiation radioactive radium radon Ratt RCMP Reporter reserves road Ronge Saskatche Saskatchewan uranium Saskatoon SMDC spills stop uranium mining Sweden tailings talk there's things tonnes treaty trucks uran Uranium City uranium development uranium industry uranium mill wastes uranium mining Wollaston Lake Wollaston residents yellowcake