From remote reserves to bustling big cities, join Urban Native Girl Lisa Charleyboy as she brings you to the surprising heart of the conversations important to Aboriginal youth.
Young and Indigenous in the city
For the final episode of the New Fire season, millennials discuss how they are combining urban and Indigenous cultures.
Indigenous youth are standing up and speaking out
Today, New Fire brings you into big moments when Indigenous young people overcome their doubts, collect their courage, and stand up to make their voices heard.
Music is giving voice to Indigenous youth
Meet young people who are finding deeper meaning in music - and finding their voices along the way.
The surprising bonds between Indigenous siblings
Meet Indigenous siblings who have thought hard about what it means to be a brother or a sister - and who are sticking close through good times and bad.
Walking in the footsteps of your family
Meet four young, Indigenous women who have chosen to follow the path that their parents have helped set out for them.
Opening up about Indigenous intimacy
Conversations about love and sex among Indigenous youth are often held behind closed doors, at kitchen tables or on the powwow trail. We want to bring those conversations out into the open.