The Innu Nation were among the last nomadic people in North America. Their homeland was a vast territory called Nitassinan. Pressured by the Church and Governments the Innu were settled into communities in the middle of the 20th century, then the Churchill Falls Hydro Project flooded vast areas of their land without permission. Their communities fell apart and into despair. Now the Innu are taking back control of their land, government, schools, social services and their resources which are overseen by the Environmental Guardians.

"Nakatuenita: Respect" is co-produced by Richard Nuna, Innu Nation and Dr Trudy Sable, Community Conservation Research Network - Saint Mary's University, and directed by the award-winning filmmaker Kent Martin. 

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Saint Mary’s collaboration with Innu Nation seen in documentary film screening