Byron Joseph 'The Relationship Between Multinational Corporations & First Nations'

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Date created: 
2012-04-30
Keywords: 
Testimony
China
Tar sands
First Nations Elders
Enbridge Corporation
Department of First Nations Studies
Squamish Nation
Abstract: 

Byron Joseph speaks about traditional aboriginal’s relationship to the land compared to multinational corporations that are only concerned with profit. It harms the ecosystem. There is discussion around China needing our tar sands bitumen for energy needs.  

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Disclaimer: All testimonies are the experiences and beliefs of the individuals interviewed. 

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Video
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Byron Joseph - The Relationship Between Multinational Corporations And First Nations Summit.mp4
Date available: 
2012-08-30
Citation: 
SFU Library Summit: Joseph, Byron. Interviewer, Wang, Wendy. Interview type, video recording. SFU Department of First Nations Studies. 2012. Research Assistants, Harrision, Don; Weasel Bear, Robyn. Department of First Nations Studies. ross, Dr. annie, Associate Professor. Funding provided by: SFU Teaching and Learning Development Grants
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