In the Territory, There Are No DANGER Signs
March 4, 2011
"Winter is white, but summer is red!"
Tite McKenzie, Innu
Indigenous peoples have occupied the territory for millennia; companies come and go. They leave behind disused installations that are clearly visible, and many invisible materials. They put up DANGER signs but don’t say from what dangers, current and future, you should protect yourself from. Tite McKenzie witnessed the closure of a mine and the town it created: Shefferville. He saw the population leave while he stayed. He knows that in the territory, there is the land, the one his ancestors walked on, free of DANGER signs.
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