aptn Investigates – Point of No Return

A controversial hydroelectric project may have reached the point of no return, despite strong opposition.

Cullen Crozier takes us to Treaty 8 territory in northern British Columbia, and the ongoing controversy over the Site C dam. It promises to provide clean energy for a hundred years — but homesteaders are being asked to leave, and the project has come under fire from insiders.

Video Journalist

Cullen Crozier is a video journalist and documentary producer with APTN Investigates. He is Gwich’in, Dene and Métis based out of his home community of Somba K’e, Denendeh (Yellowknife, N.W.T.). Cullen’s work focuses on injustices facing Indigenous people in Canada. He has reported on the forced sterilization of Indigenous women in Saskatchewan, the forgotten residential school survivors of Newfoundland and Labrador and the ongoing child welfare crisis in Ontario.

His documentaries have been recognized by the Michener Foundation, the Canadian Association of Journalists, Amnesty International, the Sidney Hillman Foundation, the Native American Journalists Association and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

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