Face off during the Oka Crisis - This is probably Canada’s most famous picture. The Oka Crisis was a land dispute between the Mohawk nation and the town of Oka, Quebec which began on March 11, 1990, and lasted until September 26, 1990. It resulted in three deaths

Private Patrick Cloutier and Mohawk Warrior Brad "Freddy Krueger Lacrocque" face off during the Oka Crisis, 1990

WANEEK HORN-MILLER great Olympian! Waneek Horn-Miller was injured during the Oka Crisis standoff (in the Mohawk territory of Khanasetake in July 1990 ) - she believes that injury intensified her competitive edge. It would eventually take her to the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, as co-captain of the Women's Water Polo team.

WANEEK HORN-MILLER great Olympian! Waneek Horn-Miller was injured during the Oka Crisis standoff (in the Mohawk territory of Khanasetake in July 1990 ) - she believes that injury intensified her competitive edge. It would eventually take her to the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, as co-captain of the Women's Water Polo team.

Oka Crisis, 1990

Oka Crisis, 1990 Native Americans in Canada fight for their sacred territory from Canadians who wanted to build it into a golf course

When I learned about the Oka crisis in school I found it very upsetting that some people think its okay to put a golf course on a sacred ancient burial ground. I mean for f*cks sake Christians have a little empathy for once that's like pissing on the alter of of a church.

Chase Iron Eyes speaks with Sol Guy and Ezra Miller about Sacred Site Pe'Sla on Sacred Land of the Black Hills "Paha Sapa", that is "the heart of everything .

Ottawa threatening to shut down land claim negotiations, says grand chief from Mohawk community at heart of Oka Crisis

Ottawa threatening to shut down land claim negotiations, says grand chief from Mohawk community at heart of Oka Crisis

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