Elder Willie Ermine from Sturgeon Lake First Nation shares about the process of community development and how possibilities like Harvest Days come to fruition in his community.
Sturgeon Lake First Nation community members reflecting on Harvest Days during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this mini language lesson, Armand McArthur shares the Nakoda language.
Revitalizing the Cree language, one experience at a time.
The resilience of the buffalo is in our blood and we must re-learn and remember our relationship with the buffalo.
In Part 2 of the series, Lorne shares his knowledge about and models making a buffalo bone scraping tool used on buffalo hides.
In Part 3 of the series, the Buffalo People Arts Institute prepare the buffalo hide for scraping.
In Part 5 of the series, the Buffalo People Arts Institute demonstrate scraping the epidermal layer of the hide.
In Part 4 of the series, the Buffalo People Arts Institute demonstrate hide scraping tips and techniques.
In Part 6 of the series, the Buffalo People Arts Institute demonstrate how to prepare the buffalo hide for braining, how to brain the hide, and how to scrape a brained hide.
In Part 7 of the series, the Buffalo People Arts Institute smoke a buffalo hide.
This is the story of how the weasel was able to change the colour of its pelt.
The Warrior's Club is a land-based education group that meets bi-monthly to learn experientially about the land.
By believing in practicing all of the components of Natural Law we are able to protect ourselves from being vulnerable.
Doreen Oakes offers a mini language lesson for audience members at the Regina Elders Gathering.
Lynn Cote discusses a circular worldview model and discusses the meaning of the sacred number four.
In Lakota ceremonies we pray for good health, happiness, help, and understanding.
Comparing and recognizing similarities between Dene beliefs and the beliefs of the Catholic Church.
Margaret Reynolds shares a quick Dene language lesson focusing on the t-dialect.
A sharing of the history of Dene people and the progression of losing language and culture since contact.
Elders and Knowledge Keepers from northern Saskatchewan demonstrate how to play a Dene Hand Game.
Indigenous scholar, Dr. Blair Stonechild, discusses Indigenous spirituality in his recent publications.
Cree immersion and culture camps offer participants a culturally responsive education.
Solomon Ratt is an educator who has dedicated his life to teaching, while also creating and translating resources into Cree.
Cree words are packed with meaning and can be used as an entire language lesson.
Founder of kâniyâsihk Culture Camps, Kevin Lewis believes that land-based education is an important way for Cree and non-Indigenous people to (re)connect with culture and identity.