Assu of Cape Mudge • A Family Tree Narrative

Assu of Cape Mudge • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Assu family, members of the We Wai Kai band in Cape Mudge, BC, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.

Cry Rock

Cry Rock

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Banchi Hanuse returns to her home in Bella Coola. She enjoys the stories of her people. While there, she reflects on the nature of the oral tradition, wrestling with whether she should film her grandmother's stories or just listen.

Dion of the Kehewin • A Family Tree Narrative

Dion of the Kehewin • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Dion family, members of the Kehewin Reserve in Alberta's northeast corner, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.

Dorion of Prince Albert and Cumberland House • A Family Tree Narrative

Dorion of Prince Albert and Cumberland House • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Dorion family, Metis from Prince Albert and Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.

A Family Tree Narrative (6 Parts)

A Family Tree Narrative (6 Parts)

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A Family Tree Narrative portrays six First Nations families in Canada through the oral tradition of storytelling.

Hungry Wolf of the Blood Tribe • A Family Tree Narrative

Hungry Wolf of the Blood Tribe • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Hungry Wolf family, member of the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot people in southern Alberta, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.

Lavallee of the Piapot • A Family Tree Narrative

Lavallee of the Piapot • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Lavallee family, members of the Piapot reserve in Saskatchwan's Qu'Apelle Valley, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.

Mahjong & Chicken Feet

Mahjong & Chicken Feet

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Jacqueline Levitin, filmmaker and professor in Film and Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University travels to China to seek out traces of her family's past.

Marchand of the Okanagan • A Family Tree Narrative

Marchand of the Okanagan • A Family Tree Narrative

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The Marchand family, members of the Okanagan band in Vernon, BC, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.