Drinking from my Mothers Well (Woolastook) • SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 3)

Drinking from my Mother's Well (Woolastook) • SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 3)

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Maliseet storyteller Jeff Bear returns to his traditional territory at Negootkoog, which is situated at the confluence of the Woolastook and Tobique Rivers. The "Woolastook" is the mighty St. John River (from the Maliseet word "wolastoq" meaning "beautiful river).

Echoes in the Rink: The Willie O'Ree Story

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This documentary portrays Willi O'Ree, the first person to break the colour barrier in hockey. He made sports history when he joined the Bosten Bruins on January 18, 1958 and is known today as the "The Jackie Robinson of Hockey".

The Girls of St. Marys

The Girls of St. Mary's

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This documentary, narrated by Maliseet elder Maggie Paul, is a collaboration between Christine McLean and the St. Mary's First Nation in Fredericton, New Brunswick. It provides a rare glimpse into the lives of three Maliseet teenagers on St. Mary's First Nation, one of the few urban reserves in Canada. 

Gratitude

Gratitude

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A community of Syrian women hold a dinner for the homeless in Saint John, New Brunswick as a gesture of gratitude for what Canada and the community have offered them as refugees.

Premier Louis J. Robichaud: An Acadian Icon

Premier Louis J. Robichaud: An Acadian Icon

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This documentary traces Louis Robichaud's tumultuous career. A charismatic and driven man, he became the first Acadian elected as premier of New Brunswick in the upset Liberal vicotry of 1960.

SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 3--13 parts)

SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 3--13 parts)

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This is the third of four documentary series on water--its role in culture, spirituality and life itself for North America's First Nations people. 

Surviving the Fundy Footpath

Surviving the Fundy Footpath

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Bruce Persaud, a city slicker with zero hiking experience, attempts to complete one of Canada's toughest multi-day hikes, traversing the Fundy escarpment between St. Martin's and Alma, New Brunswick. 

We Carry Each Others Memories

We Carry Each Other's Memories

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In this collaboration between Marilyn Simon Ingram (IRS survivor and advocate), Barb Martin and Outreach Productions, Indian Residential School survivors in Atlantic Canada reflect on their experiences with the Shubenacadie Residential School in central Nova Scotia.