HYDRO QUEBEC AND THE CREE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Goldman Prize: Recipient Profile: Matthew Coon Come (visited July 30, 1999) <http://www.goldmanprize.org/recipients/recipientProfile.cfm?recipientID=9>.

Tom Spears, Crees Cite Hydro Dams Plan for ‘Environmental Racism’ James Bay Power Struggle, Toronto Star, June 18, 1989, at B4.

David Arnold, Paddling to Save the Great Whale: Canadian Indians on Protest Voyage to Stop Quebec Hydro Project, Boston Globe, Apr. 8, 1990, at 65.

Darcy Henton, Cree Blast ‘Environmental Racism’: Leader Urges Torontonians to Help Scuttle Giant Dam Project, Toronto Star, Nov. 22, 1991, at A13.

Same Howe Verhovek, Power Struggle, N.Y. Times, Jan. 12, 1992, at Sec. 6, p. 16.

George Black, Cuomo Scores One for the Cree Nation: By Canceling an Extravagant Hydroelectric Plan, He Shocks Quebec, Saves a Natural Bay, L.A. Times, Apr. 6, 1992, at B5.

Natives Need Veto on Development U.N. Report urges, Toronto Star, Sept. 24, 1992, at A17.

Quebec Cree Get $125 Million Over 50 Years in Deal Over Dams, Toronto Star, Jan. 9, 1993, at A14.

Matthew L. Wald, Environmental Group Assails Electricity Deal with Quebec, N.Y. Times, Apr. 23, 1993, at B6.

Mike Vogel, Ancient Land of the Cree Swamped by Hydropower, Buffalo News, Aug. 29, 1993, at 12.

Leo Ryan, Hydro-Quebec’s Plan Unjustified, Cree Indians Say, J. Commerce, Sept. 2, 1993, at 7B.

Mark Clayton, Canadian Court Ruling Heartens Native Groups, Christian Science Monitor, Mar. 2, 1994, at 4.

Mike Vogel, Crees Plan 2nd Trip to Protest Pact, Buffalo News, Mar. 4, 1994, at 13.

Arthur Gottschalk, Opposition Lines Up to Fight Expansion at Hydro-Quebec, J. Commerce, Mar. 28, 1994, at 5B.

Mike Vogel, Power Authority Cancels Pact with Hydro-Quebec, Buffalo News, Mar. 30, 1994.

Bill Namagoose, Editorial, A Danger to Our Culture, Washington Post, Apr. 18, 1994, at A18.

Mark Clayton, Cree Chief Wins Environmental Prize for Anti-Dam Effort, Christian Science Monitor, Apr. 20, 1994, at 4.

James Bay Chief Wins Award for Defence of Environment, Toronto Star, Apr. 21, 1994, at A14.

Charles Trueheart, Quebec turns off Giant Hydroelectric Project: Opponents Hail Harpooning of Great Whale, Washington Post, Nov. 20, 1994, at A34.

Mike Vogel, Film to Highlight Symposium on Human Rights: Cree Indians’ Fight with Hydro Quebec is Focus, Buffalo News, Apr. 10, 1998, at 7B.

Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec) v. Attorney-General of Canada [1994] D.L.R. 4th 129.

Douglas L. Heinold, Note and Comment, Retail Wheeling: Is Competition Among Energy Utilities An Environmental Disaster, or Can it be Reconciled with Integrated Resource Planning?, 22 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 301 (1996).