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Inuit and Cree of Nunavik (Northern Québec) recount how they escaped the economic oppression of the Hudson's Bay Company. Overcoming tremendous challenges, in 1959 they founded a co-operative; then other communities followed suit. Today, the federation they created contributes as part of Nunavik's co-operative movement, with accumulated assets exceeding half a billion dollars. Drawing on their traditional values, Inuit and Cree teach us something of real value today: how to put social development at the heart of everything - including a successful business. Building prosperity, yet "leaving none behind."Written by John Houston

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    60 minutes
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    UK Premiere
  • Director
    John Houston