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About Schmidt

Warren Schmidt is about to taste the not-so-sweet slice of life. When he retired, he and his wife, Helen, had big plans - but an unexpected twist changes everything. Now, all of Schmidt's attention is focused on his daug...

Kisiskâciwan : Indigenous voices from where the river flows swiftly

"A groundbreaking anthology from territory that is now known as Saskatchewan, kisiskâciwan contains rich, oral narratives from Cree, Saulteaux, Nakoda, Dakota, Dene, Gros Ventres, and Métis cultures; speeches and lette...

Impact : colonialism in Canada

A collection of fiction, poetry, essays and creative non-fiction by over 20 Indigenous Canadians, focusing on the effects of colonialism in Canada from both historical and contemporary perspectives.

Land of oil and water aboriginal voices on life in the oil sands

The documentary follows the journey of Warren Cariou, a writer from northern Saskatchewan, who learns that oil sands companies from Alberta are expanding into Saskatchewan. Mr. Carious travels to the Cree and Dene commun...

Lake of the prairies a story of belonging —Cariou, Warren, 1966-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2003

Cariou's memoir on growing up in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, where he witnessed the discrimination, anger and fear directed at the town's Cree and Métis populations by the European settlers. While he has absorbed these p...

Lake of the prairies a story of belonging —Cariou, Warren, 1966-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2003

Cariou's memoir on growing up in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, where he witnessed the discrimination, anger and fear directed at the town's Cree and Métis populations by the European settlers. While he has absorbed these p...

Finding focus framing Canadian Métis and First Nations on film —Nikkel, Kevin, author.

Finding Focus is a resource guide and DVD designed to help High School educators utilize the wealth of creative short films made by talented independent filmmakers in Manitoba and across Canada that focus on Métis and F...

Mahikan ka onot : the poetry of Duncan Mercredi —Mercredi, Duncan, 1951- author, writer of afterword.

"This book brings the work of Duncan Mercredi (Cree/Métis) back into the public eye, providing a new generation of readers with the opportunity to experience his unique artistry. Mercredi brings to these poems the sensi...

kisiskâciwan Indigenous Voices from Where the River Flows Swiftly. —Archibald-Barber, Jesse Rae.
EBook
2018

A ground-breaking anthology from the territory now known as Saskatchewan, kisiskâciwan: Indigenous Voices from Where the River Flows Swiftly explores some of the richest and oldest stories from these lands, including voi...

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