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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 CKUA Radio

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.7 • 3 Ratings

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 | Lewis Cardinal | kihciy askiyi: the first permanent urban Indigenous ceremonial site in Canada

    Indigenous Pathways | Lewis Cardinal | kihciy askiyi: the first permanent urban Indigenous ceremonial site in Canada

    Host Cheryl Croucher learns in depth from Lewis Cardinal about the 15 years of planning that's gone into kihciy askiy, the first Indigenous Ceremonial site in Canada located within Edmonton's river valley.

    • 12 min
    Sabrina Williams | Saw-sacred Beading: an Indigenous craftmaking family business

    Sabrina Williams | Saw-sacred Beading: an Indigenous craftmaking family business

    Host Cheryl Croucher speaks with Sabrina Williams and her ten year old daughter Shelby about their business Saw-sacred Beading

    • 1 min
    Tracey Boucher | fashioning ribbon skirts for dolls at Edmonton's Indigenous Artist Market

    Tracey Boucher | fashioning ribbon skirts for dolls at Edmonton's Indigenous Artist Market

    Cheryl Croucher catches up with Tracy Boucher of TB Crafting to talk about the phenomenal success of her ribbon skirt dolls.

    • 1 min
    Lewis Cardinal | kihciy askiy and the history of Whitemud Creek

    Lewis Cardinal | kihciy askiy and the history of Whitemud Creek

    Host Cheryl Croucher gets a history lesson from Lewis Cardinal about Whitemud Creek where the new urban Indigenous ceremonial centre called kihciy askiy is under construction in Edmonton's river valley.

    • 1 min
    Dr. Michelle Porter | researching the return of bison to the Métis people of the Prairies

    Dr. Michelle Porter | researching the return of bison to the Métis people of the Prairies

    Cheryl Croucher speaks with social scientist Dr. Michelle Porter her award from the Rupertsland Centre for Metis Research to look at the relationship between Metis history and the reintroduction of bison to the prairies.

    • 1 min
    Indigenous Pathways | Soctt Iserhoff | Pei Pei Chei Ow : promoting Indigenous culinarry culture

    Indigenous Pathways | Soctt Iserhoff | Pei Pei Chei Ow : promoting Indigenous culinarry culture

    Host Cheryl Croucher discovers how chef Scott Iserhoff stepped into the world of Indigenous cuisine to promote traditional knowledge while cooking up some tasty bannock and elk meat sandwiches at Pei Pei Chei Ow.

    • 10 min

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