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We Are Still Here

This film won top documentary at the Forest City Youth Film Festival. It serves as a reminder to all, that Indigenous people are in fact still here. 

Land Based Learning

Catch us outside!! Watch this fun, lighthearted video, showing the importance of learning on the land.

Nawash Trapping 

Quick video of Paul Keeshig trapping and skinning beavers on Cape Croker.

Name it, Don't Numb it

A video By Ruth Duncan surrounding the topic of mental health and indigenous culture. This video is also the winner of a  Grey Bruce mental health creative arts project! 

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Aubrey Urbshott in 2016 at the age of 12 speaking to MMIWG.  A beautiful and poignant speech. 

Indigenous Food Sovereignty

This video was created by Ruth Duncan and Kove Sator, made after spending a few weeks learning about the importance of food soverngity and going foraging with their FMNI studies class.  

Bannock making with Nadine!

A fun, interactive time in the kitchen.

The man who named the Chi Cheemaun

A beautiful soul we always remember and cherish, Donald Keeshig

SON Fishing Signs

A video made by Ruth Duncan and Aubrey Urbshott who are working at Nawash Fisheries. To learn more about the history or current SON fishing practices and projects check out 

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