The Tree of Life

Director:  Ria Giatsios

Wood from cedar trees, traditionally used to tell the First Nations’ stories through art, is at risk in British Columbia. It doesn’t seem to make sense that the tribes who want to protect their traditional territory have nonetheless signed away their rights, allowing Canada to clear-cut the cedars. Since nothing can replace our forests, don’t we need to protect them from destruction?

 

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