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Anderson and Nuttall - Chapter 11

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Buy and Download Description The postwar years were a time of rapid change in the Canadian North. There was a growing view in government that the old fur trade economy was no longer sustainable, but what should or could be done about it was unclear. The problem seemed especially critical in the least accessible and least developed parts of the North, not least in the central Barren Grounds between the Mackenzie River and Hudson Bay. The defining event of that place and time was the so-called 'caribou crisis': the apparent confirmation by science of long-held suspicions of severe depletion of the great Barren Ground caribou herds, due to overhunting by the Inuit and Dene who, it was supposed, were unwittingly setting themselves up for disaster. The postwar years were a time of rapid change in the Canadian North. There was a growing view in government that the old fur trade economy was no longer sustainable, but what should or could be done about it was unclear. The problem seemed especia
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