The Winning of The North
1989, 10:00 minutes, colour, English
The Winning of The North takes a playful look at negotiations. It suggests parallels between early trade negotiations in which aboriginal people lost power to exercise their right to self-determination and the recent Free Trade negotiations between Canada and the USA. The connections made are implicit rather than explicit.
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