Yellowknives Dene, interviewed in 2017, discuss the legacy of Giant Mine
Eddie Sikyea talks about what the land used to be like. Interpreter-translator Mary Rose Sundberg.
Eddie Sikyea talks about hunting and being on the land in the past, before the Giant Mine. Interpreter-translator Mary Rose Sundberg.
Muriel Betsina talks about fresh water.
Muriel Betsina talks about bathing children in water from Yellowknife Bay.
Fred Sangris talks about the effects of Giant Mine on hunting.
Muriel Betsina talks about how they used to live on medicine.
Fred Sangris talks about the disappearance of Inconnu from the Yellowknife River. Interviewer Randy Freeman.
Bobby Drygeese talks about his childhood memories.
Eddie Sikyea talks about communications around contamination of water and fish. Interviewer Peter Evans, interpreter-translator Mary Rose Sundberg.
Peter Sangris talks about arsenic.
Eddie Sikyea talks about the resettlement of people to Dettah in the late 1950s, and fishing in the bay. Interpreter-translator Mary Rose Sundberg.
Philip Liske talks about the early years of the Giant Mine
Philip Liske talks about getting hired at Giant Mine
Muriel Betsina talks about how she fears for the future generations.
Eddie Sikyea talks about compensation, and an apology from the Government of Canada. Interpreter-translator Mary Rose Sundberg.
Bobby Drygeese talks about contracting in the Giant Mine Remediation
Bobby Drygeese talks about compensation.
Philip Liske talks about the three elements that are important to Dene.