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Birdie —Lindberg, Tracey, 1967-

Bernice Meetoos, a Cree woman, leaves her home in Northern Alberta following tragedy and travels to Gibsons, BC. She is on something of a vision quest, seeking to understand the messages from The Frugal Gourmet (one of t...

Big Bear the complete mini-series

With the government and settlers staking claim to the Cree Indian ancestral lands and hunting grounds the slowly starving Cree are forced from the land they call home. Torn between loyalty to their leader, Chief Big Bear...

My kokum called today —Loewen, Iris, 1951-
Sound Recording
2001
Availability: 1 of 7

When her Kokum (grandmother) calls, a young native girl living in the city knows she can expect a special experience from a trip back to the reserve and a visit with her grandmother.

Back track —Johnson, Harold, 1957-

A story of four Cree brothers, bound to each other by family & tradition but separated by their chosen life paths. As one kills, another reinforces his desire to live; as one capitulates to weakness, another conquers his...

The temptations of Big Bear —Wiebe, Rudy, 1934-

In 1876, Big Bear, a Plains Cree, refused to let the government push his people off their land and onto a reserve. While courageous, his stand brought starvation to his followers and tore apart the Cree community and eve...

Winter shadows : a novel —Buffie, Margaret, author.

Tells the joined stories of Cass, whose father remarried a woman with a nasty, ill-tempered daughter; and Beatrice, who more than a century earlier explores her own problems through a journal that connects both girls.

Lost in the barrens —Mowat, Farley, 1921-
DAISY Sound Recording
2016
Availability: 1 of 2

The book tells of boys in their late teens: one white boy who has recently lost his parents, and one Indian boy from the Cree tribe of the same age. The boys embark on a mission to relieve the starvation of a neighbourin...

Missing Nimâmâ —Florence, Melanie, author.

Missing Nimâmâ is a story of love, loss, and acceptance, showing the human side of a national tragedy.

Blue Bear Woman —Pésémapéo Bordeleau, Virginia, 1951- author.

"Blue Bear Woman (Ourse bleue) is the first novel in Quebec written by an Indigenous woman. The story of a young Cree woman's search for her roots and identity, this is also the author's debut novel, originally published...

Lightfinder —Paquette, Aaron, 1974- author.

Aisling, a young Cree woman, sets out into the wilderness with her Kokum (grandmother), Aunty and two young men she barely knows. They have to find and rescue her runaway younger brother, Eric. Along the way she learns t...

Birdie —Lindberg, Tracey, 1967-
Book Club
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

Bernice Meetoos, a Cree woman, leaves her home in Northern Alberta following tragedy and travels to Gibsons, BC. She is on something of a vision quest, seeking to understand the messages from The Frugal Gourmet (one of t...

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