Can a First Nation community survive in an urban environment? The Batchewana First Nations live in the Canadian mining city of Sault Ste. Marie and on the shores of Lake Superior in Ontario. How do they survive as a culture when they feel invisible in the place that used to be theirs? How do they protect the land that they feel spiritually bound to protect when their ability to protect it is so diminished? ‘First Nations are not the problem. They are the solution to the problem’.