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Truth Be Told

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This is a special episode on the Sober House Project, an initiative started by a group of youth in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to normalize sobriety in their community. Special thanks to guests Camryn Corrigal, Kato Settee, Ty Settee, and Tracy
Danielle speaks with Jennifer Harper, founder of Cheekbone Beauty, about learning family history, breaking generational patterns, and building a business that empowers indigenous youth. Special thanks to Jenn Harper for being a guest on this po
In this episode Danielle interviews David Suzuki about his latest documentary, "Aging Well Suzuki Style" on his CBC series The Nature of Things and why indigenous voices are so important in conversations about aging and climate change. They als
Danielle explores the growing protests in support of Wet'suweten hereditary chiefs across Canada and their impact. In this episode you'll also hear from protesters who attended a march that occurred in Toronto on February 17th, 2020 in support
Special thanks to Jade Tootoosis for speaking with me at one of the showings of Nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up this past fall. The documentary will be broadcast on CBC at 9pm on February 23rd, 2020. You can also watch the documentary here:
In this episode, Danielle visits the Hamilton Women's March 2020, and provides an overview of the history behind the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada. Please be advised that a select number of cases exemplifyin
This episode introduces the widespread issue of drinking water advisories on reserves in Canada. You'll hear what it's like to live on a reserve with an advisory during our interviews with Casey Moonias from Neskantaga First Nation reserve and
In this episode, you’ll hear the second part of our interview with Elijah Williams, Director of Indigenous Engagement at the Indigenous Learning and Support Centre at Sheridan College. Mel, Elijah and I will be touching on some of the origins o
In this episode, you'll hear the first part of our interview with Elijah Williams about his role as Director of Indigenous Engagement at the Indigenous Learning and Support Centre at Sheridan College, and about the centre itself. This leads int
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