Indigenous success stories are at the heart of this CKUA series. Host Cheryl Croucher interviews guests from about their work, their perspectives, their passions, and their achievements.
Indigenous Pathways | Christine Sokaymoh Frederick | Executive Director, Producer, Playwright, Actor
Host Cheryl Croucher speaks with Christine Sokaymoh Frederick about her acting stint in Stratford and new projects for the Dreamspeakers and Rubiboo Festivals thanks to funding from Epcor.
Indigenous Pathways | Brenda Holder | Indigenous medicinal plants and Alberta tourism
Cheryl Croucher speaks with Brenda Holder who operates Mahikan Trails and is Chair of Indigenous Tourism Alberta, an industry group that has grown to over 130 members since 2017
Indigenous Pathways | Constance Day Chief | educating health professionals on the impacts of residential schools
Host Cheryl Croucher speaks with Constance Day Chief about her Masters of Nursing project at the University of Lethbridge which focused on educating nursing faculty about the health impacts of residential schools
Indigenous Pathways | Richard Van Camp | The Joy of Storytelling
Cheryl Croucher speaks with Tlicho Dene First Nation storyteller and author Richard Van Camp about how he found his calling, and what's in his new book titled, Gather: Richard Van Camp On The Joy Of Storytelling.
Indigenous Pathways | Lawrence Gervais, Ross Bambrun | An extended look at The Squeaky Wheel Métis Podcast
This week, Cheryl profiles Calgary podcasters Lawrence Gervais and Ross Pambrun about their new project, The Squeaky Wheel Métis Podcast.
Lawrence Gervais, Ross Pambrun | Squeaky Wheel Metis Podcast
Cheryl Croucher talks to Calgary podcasters Lawrence Gervais and Ross Pambrun about their new project, The Squeaky Wheel Metis Podcast.