This series portrays urban Aboriginal Montrealers in a positive light by highlighting their strengths and leadership within the community as artists, musicians, scholars, professionals and projects.
In this episode, meet different members of the Montreal Aboriginal community; resilient, strong and gifted people.
This episode highlights Aboriginals in the film industry. Kaniehtiio Horn is a Mohawk actress and filmmaker; Ernest Webb, a Cree filmmaker, producer, writer and artist; Caroline Monnet, an Algonquin aspiring filmmaker.
This episode features Corey Diabo, a guitarist and a songwriter, as well as the Inspirational Aboriginal Women Project that documented the lives of 9 aboriginal women who arrived the Montreal Women’s Shelter.
In this episode, the Montreal Council of Women pays tribute to Nakuset for her outstanding contribution to Aboriginal women’s causes.
In this episode, we feature Victoria Okpik, an Inuk fashion designer, Beatrice Deer, an Inuk singer and song writer, and the Avataq Cultural Center.
In this episode we feature the topic of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women, meet Ojibway artist Norman Achneepineskum, and learn about the NETWORK intitative, “MAMU! Montreal Aboriginal Employment Fair!”