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Mon, 30 Oct 1995

Message To Canadians And Their Governments

WE THE JAMES BAY CREES HAVE VOTED *NO* TO SEPARATION FROM CANADA

WE ASK CANADIANS to uphold the Canadian Constitution, our treaty and fundamental human rights, and the rule of law.

WE ASK CANADIANS to support our right to remain, with our traditional territory and its hydroelectric and other natural resources, in Canada.

We Ask That You Contact Your MP and MPP Urgently

[ACCOMPANYING MAP shows the Province of Quebec: LOWER ONE-THIRD: original territory of Quebec MIDDLE SECTION: Cree lands taken in 1898 NORTHERN HALF: Cree lands taken in 1912]

GRAND COUNCIL OF THE CREE/GRAND CONSEIL DES CRIS
Embassy of the Cree Nation/Embassade de la Nation Crie
28 Bayswater Avenue, OTTAWA, Ontario, K1Y 2E4
Tel: [613] 761 1655
Fax: [613] 761 1388

Our book SOVEREIGN INJUSTICE: FORCIBLE INCLUSION OF THE JAMES BAY CREE AND CREE TERRITORY INTO A SOVEREIGN QUEBEC is now available in Coles, SmithBooks, University and other selected bookstores across Canada. "This may be *the* seminal book of the [Quebec] Referendum" - OTTAWA CITIZEN, 16 October, 1995.



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