In this episode of Stories From The Land we are blessed with a story from Chelsea Vowel, a Metis woman from Lac St. Anne, AB. In this story Chelsea shares the story of a her families war on a family of skunks during one of the coldest winters in memory. Sometimes we have to venture out on the land to learn about ourselves, but sometimes the land comes to us to teach us about ourselves.
In this episode we hear a gripping story from Metis Storyteller/Artist, Maia Caron. This is story is about the connecting, disconnection & reconnection that we as Indigenous Peoples most often have to fight for after our Ancestors are displaced and resettled in other territories.
In this episode of Stories From The Land we hear a story from the far reaches of Northern Manitoba as told by Riel Carriere. For millennia, survival on the land meant a mastery of travel on the land and on water. Mastery of these ways of travel was important – but so to were the challenges of surviving everything else one faced while on the land.
In this episode of the Stories From The Land Podcast we hear the retelling of a morning moose hunt by comedian Ryan McMahon. This story investigates the politics of Status/Non Status hunting & fishing rights and the way that can and does play itself inside of a family dynamic. A deeply personal story, McMahon weaves tales of childhood memories and the bitter politics that follow.
In this episode we are introduced to the Stories From The Land Podcast by Host, Hayden King, and Indian & Cowboy Executive Producer, Ryan McMahon. Later in the episode, Hayden shares his story from the land – he shares a story about a run in with an angry mother he meets on the land while on a paddling trip.