Invisible North

Invisible North

The Search for Answers on A Troubled Reserve

Book - 2016
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"Journalist Alexandra Shimo flew to the remote Northern Ontario reserve of Kashechewan, hoping to document its third-world conditions. Instead, she discovered a multi-million dollar hoax, the dark side of Canadian history, and her the limits of her own mental stability."--
Publisher: Toronto : Dundurn, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781459722927
Branch Call Number: 305.89707131 SHIMO
Characteristics: 174 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Jul 03, 2017

Very poorly written. More diary than journalism. An exceptionally immature, irresponsible, inexperienced, naive and incompetent "journalist." What do I mean? She goes to a reserve with an acute housing problem and has no accommodation plan; she knows the reserve is dry and takes booze in her luggage with her; she knows the unemployment rate is 90%, but decides to look for a job there; and she know single adults may not invite children into their homes unaccompanied, but does it anyway, etc.

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