Browse Stories


AmberP_1080P_Youtube.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Education, History, Place and Territory, Reconciliation, Rights, Laws and Treaty
Summary: 
A brief history of the Michel Callihoo reserve disbanded in the 1950s and their aspirations for the future.
Community: 
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Category: 
Current Issues, History, Rights, Laws and Treaty
Summary: 
Understanding Aboriginal Identity explores the complex issue of self-identification for Aboriginal people.
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Richard Van Camp Stories
Category: 
Personal Stories
Summary: 
Cree actor Dougie Meidl
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Community: 
Richard Van Camp Stories
Category: 
Personal Stories
Summary: 
Cree Elder Henry Beaver
Alanis Obomsawin.JPG
Community: 
Richard Van Camp Stories
Category: 
Personal Stories
Summary: 
A portrait of Alanis Obomsawin
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Community: 
Richard Van Camp Stories
Category: 
Personal Stories
Summary: 
A portrait fo my mom, Rosa Wah-shee
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Community: 
Richard Van Camp Stories
Category: 
Personal Stories
Summary: 
Photo of Richard Van Camp
FeatherR_720p_Med.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Arts & Recreation, Leadership
Summary: 
A story of healing and reconnecting with culture through pow wow dancing.
Community: 
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Category: 
Personal Stories, Current Issues, History, Rights, Laws and Treaty
Summary: 
Home Fire explores family violence and restorative justice from an Aboriginal perspective.
Community: 
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Category: 
Current Issues, Rights, Laws and Treaty
Summary: 
Take a journey inside Native Counselling Services of Alberta’s minimum security facility for Aboriginal women, the Buffalo Sage Wellness House.
WilsonBearhead_1080P.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Current Issues
Summary: 
Elder Wilson Bearhead shares his thoughts on the genesis of the Voices of Amiskwaciy project and its value for Edmonton's Indigenous communities.
ImagineACanada_1080P.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Reconciliation
Summary: 
Through a national contest students from across Alberta were invited to create a work of art representing what Reconciliation means to them. Winners were invited to an event with Alberta's Lieutenant Governor where they shared their artwork and discussed.

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