Crude Sacrifice

Crude Sacrifice

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Crude Sacrifice looks at how the northern community of Fort Chipewyan is affected by the exploitation of Canada's Tar Sands and how the federal and provincial governments are dealing with local concerns. Leading scientists and Aboriginal residents discuss the environmental and health issues surrounding the world’s largest construction project; although this town sits near the earth's second largest fresh-water delta, people can no longer drink the water there or eat the fish and game that have sustained them for thousands of years. An important look at the state of our democracy.

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