5 episodes

In Eeyou Istchee is building an online Cree community by providing the highest quality of podcast that gathers thoughts and ideas in the Cree language.

Hosted and produced by Nick Wapachee.
With help from Amanda Quinn.

In Eeyou Istchee In Eeyou Istchee

    • Arts
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In Eeyou Istchee is building an online Cree community by providing the highest quality of podcast that gathers thoughts and ideas in the Cree language.

Hosted and produced by Nick Wapachee.
With help from Amanda Quinn.

    S1E5 In Eeyou Istchee

    S1E5 In Eeyou Istchee

    Our host Nick Wapachee updates our listeners of the progress with the podcast and its recent interest in the media.

    Respected Elder Winnie Moar recollects her memory when she used to harvest sturgeon with her late parents and late husband, but finds strength continuing her culture and way of life.

    • 20 min
    S1E4 In Eeyou Istchee

    S1E4 In Eeyou Istchee

    Freddie Dixon tells his story why his grandparents took him to the bush to learn traditional skills and how it benefits his life today.

    Despite the ever changing journalism industry, a Cree magazine is running for 25 years now.

    • 17 min
    S1E3 In Eeyou Istchee

    S1E3 In Eeyou Istchee

    My tribute this week is about my late second-great-uncle Andrew Wapcahee. He fought during World War One. We remember him because he fought for freedom and for his people.

    • 10 min
    S1E2 In Eeyou Istchee

    S1E2 In Eeyou Istchee

    What Cheers? The question we've all been greeting each other with. Is that even a Cree word? Weird. I use it all the time.

    Going down south for post-secondary is hard but rewarding.

    • 18 min
    S1E1 In Eeyou Istchee

    S1E1 In Eeyou Istchee

    This is my podcast. All done in the Cree language.

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

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FyteHardman ,

A creative and ingenious way to keep a language and a culture’s stories alive.

I heard about “In Eeyou Itchee” through the CBC Indigenous Facebook page and was immediately intrigued. Although I am not a Cree speaker, I think that this is a fantastic way to keep a language alive while also preserving a culture’s stories in recorded history. Keep up the great work, Wapachee!

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