Deaf in One Ear and Blind in the Other; Science, Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge, and Implications of Keeyask for the Socio-Environment
By Stéphane M. McLachlan & Concerned Fox Lake Grassroots Citizens
A presentation on the various community concerns and implications of Manitoba Hydro’s Keeyask project in northern Manitoba.
“This approach is reflected in the Environmental Impact Statement and demonstrates the real efforts of both the Keeyask Cree Nations and Manitoba Hydro to reconcile their differing worldviews in a mutually beneficial and respectful way”
– (Keeyask EIS, Executive Summary 2012; p 3)
By Stéphane M. McLachlan
This report is a cross cultural critique of the socio-environmental dimensions of the Manitoba Minnesota Transmission Project (MMTP). This report was prepared on behalf of Wa Ni Ska Tan, in providing written evidence for the National Energy Board hearings on the MMTP.