Season 1 | Stories from the Land

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Season 1

Episode 1- Wiigwaasabak - The Tree of Life
The birch tree is the cornerstone of Anishinaabe culture and at the heart of many traditional crafts. Tune in to learn how the bark of this humble tree has been used for generations and transformed the lives of a group of Anishinaabe women.
Episode 2- Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung
This episode explores Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung, a sacred burial mound site in northwestern Ontario. Part of a land claim in the 1980s and '90s, the site is now a source of cultural pride among youth and Elders in the community.
Episode 3- The Last Fishermen
In this episode, the last two active traditional net fishermen on one of Canada’s largest lakes wonder what the future holds. Over time, they have witnessed fishing operations dwindle to a sliver of what they used to be.
Episode 4- Corn Soup
This episode follows an Indigenous chef and a knowledge keeper as they prepare a traditional corn soup. Tune in to hear the story of why corn soup is so culturally significant to the Indigenous population in southern Ontario!