by Syncrude Canada
Tracks & Fields l Beaver Creek Wood Bison Ranch
A partnership between Syncrude and Fort McKay First Nation contributing to species and cultural preservation
The Community Capitalism of the Fort McKay First Nation: A Case Study
by Tom Flannagan
Publication and Study: 2018
Measuring Community Well-Being in the First Nation
Average per-capita Income for the Fort McKay First Nation, significantly higher than Alberta and Canada
by Bruce Parry
Produced by BBC
Book and Documentary
"he believed that given the economic weight, governmental support and powerful lobbying supporting the oil companies, corporate greed would inevitably triumph the First Nation's rights. He thus gripped a negative situation and extracted all the positives he could from it, with the aim of ensuring his people's future security and well being. "
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