Stories from the Land

“Stories From The Land” the short doc-series picks up where the podcast leaves off and reaches across Indigenous communities to paint a picture of Indigenous identity through global themes of humanity.

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Episodes Season 1

  • 1. Wiigwaasabak - The Tree of Life

    Anishinaabe women share how the birch tree, its bark and the traditional crafts that come from this significant tree have transformed their lives.

  • 2. Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung

    Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung is a sacred burial mound site in Northwestern Ontario. Part of a land claim in the 1980s and 90s, it’s now a source of cultural pride among youth and elders in the community.

  • 3. The Last Fishermen

    The last two active traditional net fishermen on one of Canada’s largest lakes wonder what the future holds. They’ve watched as fishing operations have dwindled to a sliver of what they used to be.

  • 4. Corn Soup

    A chef and a knowledge keeper make traditional corn soup, and pass on the story of why corn soup is so culturally significant to the Indigenous people of Southern Ontario, Canada.

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