Join the Métis Nation of Alberta’s Youth Programs and Services team as we come together from our social isolation to host “Keeping it Riel”. Tune in every Métis Monday as we interview prominent Métis community members, youth, knowledge keepers, academics, artists, and more!
Métis Provisional Youth Council Region 4 Representative: Hannah Nash
Tune in for the final episode of season 2 as we are joined by Provisional Youth Council Region 4 representative Hannah Nash!
Listen along as we have a passionate conversation about the future of Métis youth, the provisional youth council, goals and aspirations for the Métis nation and Hannah's advice for students entering post-secondary and the importance of an Indigenous voice in the education system.
You won't want to miss this episode!
Thank you all for supporting us this season and we look forward to bringing you more impactful conversations with Metis people from across the Homeland this fall.
Métis Artist, Filmmaker and Indigenous People's Interpreter - Amber Paquette
Today we are joined by Amber Paquette, a Métis artist, filmmaker and Indigenous People’s interpreter born in Edmonton, AB. Her life’s passion has been inspired by her rich history and culture of her family.
Join us for a conversation on Métis involvement in the fur trade and Fort Edmonton, her career, family and the newly opened Indigenous People’s Experience at Fort Edmonton!
Stories of Métis Woman: Tales My Kookum Told Me - Bailey Oster and Marilyn Lizee
Join us for this week's Keeping it Riel episode with consultant for the Métis Nation of Alberta, Marilyn Lizee and the youngest-ever Vice President of New Dawn, Bailey Oster to talk about their upcoming book (Stories of Métis Woman: Tales My Kookum Told Me)
Métis Musician - Terez Goulet (Pride Month Episode!)
Join us today as we interview Métis 2SLGBTQIA+ singer, song-writer and producer Terez Goulet 😊
Come along as Terez talks about becoming a singer/song-writer, her break into music production, advice for being yourself and mental wellness, advice for youth interested in the music industry, advice for growing social media and advice for people who want to be strong allies during pride month❤️
Métis Musician - Colten Bear
| Today we are joined by Métis Musician Colten Bear 😊 Join us for a great conversation on Colten’s fiddle competitions, adapting to the online world, upcoming projects and his advice to Métis youth!
Vaccine Talks with Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Reagan Bartel and Keith King
As COVID - 19 vaccines open up to individuals aged 12 and over, we wanted to chat with some knowledge holders on the topic! Join our conversation with the Director of Health for the Métis Nation of Alberta, Reagan Bartel, Métis Registered Nurse, Keith King, and the Chief Medical Officer for Alberta, Dr. Deena Hinshaw. These guests help us gain a better understanding of the vaccine, how it benefits our Métis community, and up and coming Métis led vaccine clinics!