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Quaaout Resort

Don meets Elder Ernie Philip, a world wide champion dancer and entertainer at Quaoout Resort along little Shuswap Lake. In addition to spearing salmon decoys and taking a traditional warrior test, Don must demonstrate his take on a traditional dance to an audience of native elders
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00:23:42

Xatsull Heritage Village

Don finds himself in the traditional territory of the Shuswap people in the interior of British Columbia along the mighty Fraser River. Don attempts the life of a traditional pit dweller while narrowly avoiding setting the village on fire.
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00:23:41

Kak Ki Yaw Cultural Camp

Don joins Walter Quinn to assimilate the way of the moose on a traditional moose-hunting excursion. It is an arduous test of Don's survival skills when he is forced to use his own instincts and make a winter camp. It is an ultimate test of survival for Don as he braves the northern Alberta wilderness alone.
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00:23:40

Kawakanum Kennels

Don treks to Woodland Cree country where he discovers what it takes to be a traditional Cree fisherman and dog sled master. During his final challenge Don must rein in his team or suffer the consequences.
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00:23:42

Aboriginal Entrepreneurs

The Sharing Circle profiles some interesting and unique aboriginal entrepreneurs. We'll see how Leslie Lounsbury, publisher of SAY Magazine (Spirit of Aboriginal Youth), turned her dream into a reality--helping aboriginal youth to have a voice. We also profile Aboriginal IT company Donna Cona and bottled water company, Iroquois Water.
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00:23:44

Alex Janvier

The Sharing Circle profiles accomplished Aboriginal artist Alex Janvier. His abstract style has been admired and honored by collectors, critics and art academia throughout North America and around the world. He is considered a trailblazer, opening many doors previously closed to Aboriginal artists.
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00:23:43

The Mix - episode: 43

On this episode, we caught up to the The McLelands at Metisfest in southwestern Manitoba. They are a gifted family trio that brings tremendous energy and enthusiasm to contemporary Metis fiddle and dance! Next, Wayne Lavalee is a Juno-award nominated songwriter who draws on his Metis roots to bring us riveting narratives with his signature, gritty vocals.
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00:22:00

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