25th anniversary dredges up difficult memories for those involved
By Giuseppe Valiante and Peter Rakobowchuk, The Canadian Press/CBC News, July 7, 2015
It was a crisis that grabbed international headlines, with Mohawks and Canadian soldiers involved in a lengthy stand-off that often appeared on the verge of exploding into full-blown combat.
Twenty-five years on, the legacy of the Oka Crisis for many of those who experienced the tension west of Montreal is a greater awareness of indigenous issues. Read the rest of this entry