Historical note:Chakikum (Splashing Water) of the Willow Cree Band, returned to Canada after a ten-year exile in the United States, when the Canadian government offered an amnesty to participants in the North West Rebellion.
Comments on issues of treaty rights and fair revenues from reserve resources, and discusses a contract between Onion Lake Cree Nation and an Asian government to build a refinery on Cree land.
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FILES CAN ONLY BE ACCESSED USING FIREFOX BROWSER. Contains historical documents, transcripts, correspondence/letters, reports, exhibits, minutes, and submissions regarding the surrender of some of the reserve lands in 1927, 100 years after the treaty was signed. Commissioners include: Roger J. Augstine and Daniel J. Bellegarde.