CBC: First Nation wins redress 67 years after homes burned, cemetery flooded …
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CBC: First Nation wins redress 67 years after homes burned, cemetery flooded
First Nation wins redress for flooded village, forced relocation to make way for industy in 1952 | CBC News
A Northern B.C. First Nation will get millions in compensation after being flooded out by an industrial project in 1952. The Cheslatta Carrier Nation's homes and graveyards were flooded to make way for dams and reservoirs for the Alcan aluminum project.