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Stories From The Land – Hovak Johnston

Oct 2 • ind_admin
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In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Yellowknife during the Stories From The Land National Tour to share the stories of Hovak Johnston. Hovak is a multidisciplinary artist that has created the Inuit Tattoo Revitilization Project, a project in the North that is committed to the revitilization of traditional forms of Inuit tattooing.

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Stories From The Land – Janet Rogers

Aug 14 • ind_admin
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In this powerful episode of Stories From The Land, Mohawk/Tuscarora spoken word artist, Janet Rogers, reminds us of the original spirit and intent of the Two Row Wampum – two canoes, travelling side by side, forever.

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Stories From The Land – Art Napolean

Aug 14 • ind_admin
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In this episode of Stories From The Land we are brought to the front lines of the Site C Dam protest by Cree/Dene Singer/Songwriter, Art Napolean. Art shares his personal connection to the territory most impacted by Site C and he shares some music to shine a light on the people behind the opposition of Site C.

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Stories From The Land – Paul Lacerte

Aug 14 • ind_admin
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After surviving a plane crash, Paul Lacerte took inventory over what was really important in life – love, family and community. In this episode of Stories From The land, Paul shares a beautiful story of commitment to making this country a better place through his work with the Moose Hide Campaign.

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Stories From The Land – Adrian Dent

May 17 • ind_admin
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A young Anishinaabe hunter & trapper reflects on his first moose hunt, the sweet vanilla scent of beaver balls and whether he’d ever eat city goose or not!

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Stories From The Land – James Whetung

May 8 • ind_admin
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The collision between the inherent Indigenous hunting, fishing, trapping, gathering & harvesting rights and Canada’s cottage country is a conversation no one is ready for and one that the government cannot afford to ignore any longer in this country.

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