Nov 18, 2019

Fractured Land Screening

Dear EDST Community,

On behalf of the Ts’’kel and SCPE programs, I am pleased to invite you to a screening of the documentary Fractured Land (2015) on Monday, November 18 in the Ponderosa Commons Multipurpose Room (PCOH 2012).

Fractured Land follows Caleb Behn (Eh-Cho Dene and Dunne Za/Cree from Treaty 8 territory), trying to make a difference in BC. The film has followed Caleb for four years as he balances his opposition to fracking in Northern BC with his studies at law school. I encourage you to find more information about the film at where you can also watch a trailer. From the site:

Caleb sports a Mohawk and tattoos, hunts moose, and wears a business suit. His father is a devout environmentalist and residential school survivor. His mother works in the oil and gas industry. His people, at the epicenter of some of the largest fracking operations on earth, are deeply divided. How does Caleb balance their need for jobs with his sacred duty to defend their territory?


Date: Monday, November 18

Time: 2:00-3:15pm

Location: PCOH 2012

Admission: FREE


There is no need to RSVP for this screening. I hope to see you there!