This is one in a set of three videos that talk about life along the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River) and learning to fish.
This is one in a set of three videos that talk about life along the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River) in the Sahtu. The topic of this video is how their environment is changing due to climate change.
Essential to living along the De Cho is having a firm grasp on the life skill of fishing; a skill that is passed down from one generation to another.
Sharon, like most community members, teaches traditional Dene life skills at home.
George Oudzi lives a traditional way of life, teaching others at the same time. In this interview, he talks about his life on-the-land and how he teaches others how to fish, trap, and hunt, all the time using his ‘Native language’, which is North Slavey (Sahtúǫt’ı̨ne Yatı̨́).
Paula and Monique teach the process of making babiche (rawhide lacings) and preparing hides in the community. They are speaking Dene K’e (North Slavey). They are one of the eldest Indigenous mentors/educators of the K’ahsho Got’ine Nation, endeavouring to pass on the skills of processing moose hide/caribou hide/beaver hides and making babiche. Translation by Lucy […]
Margaret Louison is a classroom language teacher for Sahtúot’ı̨nę Yatı̨́, (North Slavey) in Rádı̨lı̨h Kó – Fort Good Hope, NWT.
Margaret Louison talks about language education in the school and the importance of involving Elders. Sahtúot’ı̨nę Yatı̨́ (North Slavey) is the language spoken in Rádı̨lı̨h Kóé (Ft. Good Hope, NWT).
Skilled Indigenous Mentors in Hunting, Harvesting and Survival practices/techniques. On the Land Programs are run seasonally, reinforcing Land Use practice and participation of indigenous values, systems, beliefs and knowledge. It is open to all ages. ”The NWT Recreation and Parks Association believes that spending time on the land is vital for building and strengthening healthy […]
GOBA educates the community on healthy eating, exercising, and offers support for those diagnosed with cancer or are in remission.