The Dorion family, Metis from Prince Albert and Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, discuss the importance of their family roots and culture.
A documentary that profiles the life and work of controversial Métis architect Douglas Cardinal.
This documentary captures the enthusiasm of the small Métis commnunity from Manitoba who had the opportunity to present an exhibit for the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Filmmaker Christine Welsh embraces her identity and the history of her foremothers in this intensely personal documentary. She embarks on a vital quest to discover the unwritten history of Métis women and in the process reclaims her past.