This period in the history of the NWT saw the emergence of Northern voices. Many projects continued in the North which seemed to bear little value for Northerners, such as the DEW Line (1954) and the proposed Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline. During this period, however, Northerners began demanding justice and full participation in the decision making process. The emergence of Aboriginal political organizations (1970’s) created a powerful voice during the Berger Inquiry (1974), while the coming of responsible government to the NWT (1975) brought a fully elected legislature to the North shortly after the NWT’s Centennial celebration (1970). All of these changes were brought to Northerns in a new media, as television made its debut with the launch of the ANIK satellite in 1973.