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Sweetness in life the diabetes story

It has been said by an elder that the reason why Aboriginal people suffer gravely from diabetes, is because we have lost the "sweetness in life." In essence, the Aboriginal way of life -- eating off the land, getting in...

Askiwina a Cree world —Cuthand, Doug.
DAISY Sound Recording
2018
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Through his newspaper columns and features, as well as his internationally-known film and video work, Doug Cuthand has become a respected voice in the aboriginal community. In Askiwina: A Cree World, he offers fresh insi...

Patrick's story documentary

Tells the story of Patrick Bird, a young Cree Indian who, after a difficult and abusive childhood, attempted suicide several times before finally coming to terms with his life. Story is told primarily by Bird with some c...

Donna's story

"An intimate protrait of a fiercely determined survivor, 'Donna's Story' profiles a Cree woman who left behind a bleak existence on the streets. She has re-emerged as a powerful voice counselling Aboriginal adults and yo...

Patrick's story

Explores what brought a young Cree man, Patrick, to attempt suicide and what turned his life around. With the help of friends and his loving adoptive mother, he begins the search for his identity and spirituality as a Cr...

Childhood lost the residential school experience

Through interviews, archival photos, and re-enactments, this program illuminates the experiences of four individuals who were sent to residential schools when they were very young. While their stories represent differen...

Our living treasures

This is a unique story. It is about a group of Cree and Dene elders who gathered together for a week of visiting, sharing stories and celebrating their culture. They are the keepers of the woodland tradition. They know t...

Dion's story a story about driving impaired

"It was two weeks after graduation and Dion Tawpisin was out celebrating with his friends. Dion had a promising future. He had just graduated from high school. He had tried out for the Prince Albert Raiders and would be ...

Sentencing circles traditional justice reborn.

This one hour special is the first television documentary to explore the re-emergence of a thousand year old tradition...the use of the Sentencing Circle as a means for a community to determine an appropriate punishment ...

Askiwina A Cree World. —Cuthand, Doug.
EBook
2012

Through his newspaper columns and features, as well as his internationally-known film and video work, Doug Cuthand has become a respected voice in the aboriginal community. In Askiwina: A Cree World, he offers fresh insi...

Mounties and Indians partners in crime.

In this half hour special, Tina Keeper invites us to join a unique cross-cultural camp hosted by the Peigan Nation for top ranking RCMP officials, Crown Prosecutors and a judge. For the first time, representatives of Wes...

The Gift of the grandfathers

The Aboriginal peoples who travelled the Great Plains by horseback some three centuries ago were Canada's first cowboys. Today, horsemanship remains a vibrant part of Western First Nations culture. It is one of the gifts...

Askiwina a Cree world —Cuthand, Doug, author.
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

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