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The Next Generation

The new voices for Aboriginal youth are manifesting themselves as cultural empowerment increases. Aboriginal youth who are speaking up for their communities and are becoming the inspiration for many. One such issue takes place in Grassy Narrows, Ontario, where clear-cutting on the reserve is generating anger and protest by its residents, and in particular its youth.
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00:23:44

Long Road, Full Circle Part 2

A two-part expose of Aboriginal gang life in urban and rural environments. Revolving around former and reformed gang member Ervin Chartrand, we relive his physical and mental journey from Vice-President of the Manitoba Warriors, to his involvement and consequent arrest during "Operation Northern Snow".
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00:23:43

Long Road, Full Circle Part 1

A two-part expose of Aboriginal gang life in urban and rural environments. Revolving around former and reformed gang member Ervin Chartrand, we relive his physical and mental journey from Vice-President of the Manitoba Warriors, to his involvement and consequent arrest during "Operation Northern Snow".
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00:23:45

Sugar Fix Diabetes

The Sharing Circle focuses on the new social phenomenon that has created this ethno-cultural epidemic. Native people have the highest rate of diabetes of any other demographic in Canada. A detailed examination reveals Aboriginal children in the northern reserves to be the most common victims. Lack of resources, poverty, and even cultural identity all correlate to the disease.
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00:23:45

Moccasin Games

Traditional games have been part of Aboriginal culture for hundreds, if not thousands of years. The Moccasin Game was a display of dexterity, chance and a means of fair trade between neighbouring tribes. The Sharing Circle looks at the diverse ways the game is played, the significance and importance of these games, and how they are being kept alive for future generations.
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00:23:44

Good Spirit Medicine

Sage, Cedar, Sweetgrass and Tobacco have been sacred medicines in Aboriginal culture since the first conception of Mother Earth. Used for prayer, cleansing, healing and offerings-each has its own teachings and origin. In contemporary times, misconceptions of the medicines are everywhere.
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00:23:54

Aboriginal Humour

What is it about Aboriginal Humour that makes it so unique? Popular comedian Don Burnstick says Aboriginal humour is all about having fun, but there's more to it than that, it is also an integral part of the healing journey. We explore the uniqueness of Aboriginal humour and how comedians and spiritualists use it to heal a displace nation.
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00:23:45

Sape - Strengthening Aboriginal Participation In The Economy

The 20th Century was not a prosperous time for First Nations People. As Canada reaped the rewards of a land with abundant resources, Aboriginals were isolated from the economic booms of a burgeoning country. Strengthening Aboriginal Participation in the Economy is the brainchild of the Provincial Governments, Aboriginal Affairs Ministers and national Aboriginal organizations.
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00:23:45

Winter Roads

For several weeks every winter, temporary roads are constructed over frozen lakes and through thick forests in Canada's north providing vehicle access to communities that are usually only accessible by air. Essential for shipping building supplies and food at a reasonable price, these "Winter Roads" help make the cost of living more affordable in these remote communities.
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00:23:45

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