$91M settlement for Enoch Cree Nation used as WWII bombing site

CBC News published this video item, entitled “$91M settlement for Enoch Cree Nation used as WWII bombing site” – below is their description.

Allied forces used Alberta’s Enoch Cree Nation as a practice bombing range during the Second World War without referendum or reparations. The land was later used as a golf course which helped support the First Nation, but it had to be shut down for safety reasons. A $91-million settlement from the federal government is intended to cover trauma endured by people who lived nearby, land cleanup and lost income from the golf course. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.5808167

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