In the heart of the One Dish with One Spoon Treaty territory Niagarans Sean VanderKlis and Karl Dockstader dish on any and all issues
What has school meant to Indigenous people? What did Jennifer Dockstader do? What the heck happened at Brock U? We answer these questions and more on the most educational Indigenous podcast in all of Niagara.
Niagara's Opioid Crisis
Emily Beth joins One Dish - One Mic to talk about one of the fastest growing problems in Niagara: death by synthetic drugs. The numbers of people overdosing and dying are hard to fathom. Emily brings her expertise as an addiction counselor and her knowledge as the author of a four part series on drugs for The Sound to the One Mic.
Ontario Election 2018 - Regional Crossover Episode
We are featuring Trevor Twining - the host of the Regional - to have a conversation about the Ontario Election.
Iroquois History and Legends with Andrew Cotter
We pull back the curtain on the hit podcast "Iroquois History & Legends Podcast" and speak with Andrew Cotter. He loves history and isn't shy to acknowledge how people like Polly Cooper and Two Kettles Together are very badass. If that sounds cool to you then you'll want to check out where our podcasts converge.
Save Thundering Waters Forest
If you want to learn all about Thundering Waters Forest and don't like reading then this is the podcast for you. We unpack a lot of important ideas about ecology, development, balance and even pack in some cool historical info about Treaties and the principles of stewardship...also TREVOR HAS HIS FIRST TRAVELING THOUGHT!! The cosmic balance of the universe might be out of flux now...we saved a good one for our quarter century mark on the One Mic.
It's Never Racism
The incomparable Jennifer Dockstader unleashes her opinions on the One Mic. Do Indigenous people have to tape record being followed by white security guards in the store to prove that racism exists? From haircuts to education the world is different through our eyes...even if most people are saying it's never racism.