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In the 1970s, despite a long standing dispute with the Lubicon Cree over land rights, the Alberta government leased areas of their traditional lands for resource exploration and development. This has had severely destructive effects on the natural environment and the Lubicon people, their culture and way of life. Indigenous women have deeply impacted by and also part of the long struggle for survival.

In the 1970s, despite a long standing dispute with the Lubicon Cree over land rights, the Alberta government leased areas of their traditional lands for resource exploration and development. This has had severely destructive effects on the natural environment and the Lubicon people, their culture and way of life. Indigenous women have deeply impacted by and also part of the long struggle for survival.

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