Canada’s Tibet: The Killing of the Innu

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Canada’s Tibet: The Killing of the Innu

Author: Colin Samson, James Wilson, Jonathan Mazower

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Book description:
The Innu of eastern Canada have one of the highest suicide rates in the world. This illustrated report describes their way of life, religion and society, and investigates their current situation. It explains how their forced transformation from a nomadic hunting people into a settled and dependent population has brought terrible social problems, and details the Innu’s own suggestions for regaining control of their land and their future.

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