Fractured Land

Fractured Land

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"Deep down we're all fractured," an oil and gas representative tells young Aboriginal leader and lawyer Caleb Behn. Behn knows that feeling all too well, as he struggles with the role he'll play in protecting his traditional territory under Treaty 8 in northern British Columbia, an area that is currently under siege from some of the world's largest natural gas operations. 

The Hunt and The Walk (2 Parts)

The Hunt and The Walk (2 Parts)

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Inuvialuit and Vuntut Gwichin filmmaker Dennis Allen visits the tiny village of Colville Lake near his own childhood home of Inuvik in Canada's Northwest Territories. There he meets the Kahso Go'tine, a North Slavey Dene group and one of the last remaining truly traditional people.

The Hunt: Food from the Land • The Hunt and The Walk

The Hunt: Food from the Land • The Hunt and The Walk

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To balance modern influences of technology, the Kahso Go'tine people of Slavey Lake embark on a traditional caribou hunt every autumn, dressing the meat in the traditional ways of their elders. Invuialuit and Vuntut Gwichin filmmaker Dennis Allen documents this event.

The Life and Work of Alex Janvier

The Life and Work of Alex Janvier

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Alex Janvier has long been recognized as one of Canada's greatest artistic treasures whose work helped change the face of Canadian art. He is an internationally renowned artist whose paintings are in great demand and have been exhibited in galleries and private collections around the world. For Janvier, a Dene Suline from the Cold Lake First Nations Reserve in Alberta, painting has always been a way to tell a story and his art reflects the incredible changes that have taken place to Indigenous people in Canada during his lifetime. 

The Walk: A Path to Healing • The Hunt and The Walk

The Walk: A Path to Healing • The Hunt and The Walk

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Inuvialuit and Vuntut Gwichin filmmaker Dennis Allen accompanied the Kahso Go'tine, a North Slavey Dene group of people, as they reconnected with their traditions through an historic trek over a traditional walking trail unused for 30 years.