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In Episode 10 of Season 3, we learn all about the Bald Eagle and why they are so important to our ecosystem. We also hear about their significance to many Native cultures. - - We also listened to a short clip from one of our favorite kids podc
In Episode 9 of Season 3, we learn more Mi'kmaw words about winter and hear a traditional story about how we are connected to all living things on Mother Earth. - - We also listened to a short clip from one of our favorite kids podcasts produc
In Episode 8 of Season 3, we learn how to say Happy New Year in Mi'kmaw and also talk about the importance of quiet time for Warrior Kids. - - We also listened to a short clip from one of our favorite kids podcasts produced and hosted by my fr
Warrior Kids Podcast Trailer Have you ever heard the Mi’kmaw story about the Boy and The Whale? What about the Inuit story all about Elisapee and Her Baby Seagull? Hi, my name is Pam Palmater. I am the producer and host of this show – the
In Episode 7 of Season 3, we celebrate Native American History Month with a podcast all about Native boys and men who wear their long hair in braids! We also get to talk to basketball pro Michael Linklater from Thunderchild First Nation, about
In Episode 6 of Season 3, we celebrate Mi'kmaw history month in October with a traditional Mi'kmaw story about the Thunders and the Mosquito. There are important lessons hidden in this story - can you find them? Please join us every Wednesday
In Episode 5 of Season 3, we learn what treaties are and how important it is to honour the treaties made with Indigenous Nations in Canada and the USA. Please join us every Wednesday as we talk about everything Indigenous and share each other
In Episode 4 of Season 3, we talk about the new national holiday in honour of Indigenous children who went to residential schools - National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept.30. There are some difficult issues covered in this podcast, s
In Episode 3 of Season 3, we share some changes in our Warrior Kids Podcast family - introducing Ernie the Bulldog and Peter the Boston Terrier! We also talk about the history and dogs and humans as companions and dealing with the loss of pets.
In Episode 2 of Season 3, we get to hear from Cindy Blackstock - a Gitxsan social worker, professor, children's advocate and author! She reads a very special story to us called: Spirit Bear and Children Make History which is based on a true sto
In Episode 1 of Season 3, we get to hear from Inuit artist, musician and author, Nancy Mike, who shares her Inuit culture and language through her stories. She reads her book - Elisapee and Her Baby Seagull - in her own language of Inuktitut an
In Episode 10 of Season 2, we get to hear from Inuit author, Nancy Mike, who shares her Inuit culture through her stories. She also reads an excerpt from her book - Elisapee and Her Baby Seagull - in her own language of Inuktitut. Please join
In Episode 9 of Season 2, we celebrate all the different kinds of art - including some of the art we received from Warrior Kids. We also talk about the power of art to help educate others and inspire people to take action to make the world a be
In Episode 8 of Season 2, we talk about the different ways that Warrior Kids can exercise their voices on important issues from talking to artwork and even blogs!. This is a special episode recorded in partnership with Kids Listen weekly activi
In Episode 7 of Season 2, we celebrate all the different kinds of families. We also share some amazing news about Warrior Kids Podcast. Please join us every Wednesday as we talk about everything Indigenous and share each other's stories about
In Episode 6 of Season 2, we share a traditional Mi'kmaw story about a boy and a whale - a story told by Mi'kmaw elders for generations. The story is about Ni'kmaq, which means family. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indi
In Episode 5 of Season 2, we celebrate Native American Heritage Month! We talk about some of the terminology as well as highlight some amazing Native Americans from history and today! Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indig
In Episode 4 of Season 2, we talk about some of the coolest Halloween costumes that we have seen over the years and how to ensure that we don’t use costumes that hurt peoples’ feelings. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Ind
In Episode 3 of Season 2, we talk about the beauty of the fall season and how running is good for your health. We also hear from Lakota runner - Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel - about how running is an important part of many nati
In Episode 2 of Season 2, we learn about why the sport of Lacrosse is called The Creator's Game and why the sport is so important in Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) culture. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indigenous and share e
In Episode 1 of Season 2, we talk about Orange Shirt Day - what it is and how it started as a way to honour all the Indigenous children who went to residential schools. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indigenous and share
In Episode 10, we talk about traditional native foods from all over Turtle Island. We also talk about the importance of food in native traditions. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indigenous and share each other’s stories
In Episode 9, we talk about how all living things on earth depend on water. We also talk about the important work that Indigenous water protectors do. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indigenous and share each other’s stor
In Episode 8, we talk about traditional Indigenous medicines and practices like smudging. I also share a special story about my granny. Please join us every week as we talk about everything Indigenous and share each other’s stories about what
In Episode 7, we talk about a very special place: Turtle Island. We also hear a tiny bit of the Anishinabek story about Turtle Island from Niigaan Sinclair - a well-known Anishinabek educator. Please join us every week as we talk about everyth
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