The Rupert is one of the few remaining wild rivers. The Cree are sharing their land for development for the future generations all over Quebec. What is the environmental impact of all this kind of development on the territory, and more globally, on our climate? We visit Smokey Hill, a key traditional site for the Cree where Hydro's environmental mitigation efforts extend to mitigate the cultural impacts as well. We meet brothers that were torn apart by their father's decision to allow major development... [see more] on their trapline, and learn how they united and came to understand the elders' resolution.
Our host, Ernest Webb (Cree), take us on a journey down the Rupert River for the last time, the summer before it's diverted for a hydroelectric. Once a prominent Cree destination, Ernest will uncover the river's true story, its people, land, and wildlife forever capturing the change and impact the hydroelectric project will have on the Cree's cultural significance of Rupert River.