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As long as the rivers flow —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016 author.

Includes an epilogue detailing how native Canadians were taken from their families and placed in residential schools, or "Indian boarding schools", and how the bad memories still linger.

I am white : Eagle Woman flies with Raven —Makkannaw, Rita, 1945-

The author, who immigrated from Denmark to Canada at a young age, recounts her life and eventual immersion into Cree culture after falling in love with a Cree medicine man.

Frog Lake : a spring of blood —Miller, Robert H., 1944-

"The winter of 1884/85 was one of the coldest winters on Alberta records. Because of starvation many elders and young babies of Big Bear's tribe died of pneumonia. On April 2nd, 1885 a mob of angry Natives under leader...

Enough is enough appetite for oil

This program is a David-versus-Goliath story of a small Native band battling major oil companies over development of the Peace-Athabasca Delta in Alberta. This documentary examines the world's limitless thirst for oil an...

When the spirits dance —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016.

First Nations author Larry Loyie describes his childhood years during the Second World War.

The little trapper

Robert Grandjambe, Jr. is a unique and industrious 13-year-old kid. While his peers are adopting a more modern, urban lifestyle, Robert is continuing the traditions of his Cree forebears. The knowledge and skills passed ...

When less is more?

In a poignant look at the Alberta Tar Sands project and the community of Fort McMurray, Alberta, David Suzuki investigates the development of the largest oil deposit outside of Saudi Arabia, the environmental impact, and...

The fencepost chronicles —Kinsella, W. P.
DAISY Sound Recording
2006
Availability: 1 of 1

Frank Fencepost, Silas Ermineskin and their assorted friends of the Hobbema Reserve in Alberta cause a riot on a nude beach in Vancouver, chat with the Queen in her bedroom and have other zany adventures. Followed by "Mi...

The little trapper

Robert Grandjambe, Jr. is a unique and industrious 13-year-old kid. While his peers are adopting a more modern, urban lifestyle, Robert is continuing the traditions of his Cree forebears. The knowledge and skills passed ...

The little trapper

Robert Grandjambe, Jr. is a unique and industrious 13-year-old kid. While his peers are adopting a more modern, urban lifestyle, Robert is continuing the traditions of his Cree forebears. The knowledge and skills passe...

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