On this Face to Face, she outlines some of the work that needs to be done on the road to Metis self-governance and discusses the MNO’s definition of who is Metis. President Froh also discusses her views on the concept of two-spiritedness and how her desire to be an advocate led her to a career in law.
On tonight’s Face to Face, Jeff Thomas discusses the car accident that hampered his mobilityand how his photography became a form of protest.
Senator Patrick Brazeau says he’s the perfect candidate to speak on Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women
In Part Two of the Face to Face with Senator Patrick Brazeau, Michael asks him about his fight back from rock bottom.
Independent Senator Patrick Brazeau shares how the troubles of the past three years led to his attempted suicide.
On tonight’s Face to Face, we focus on language, the foundation of culture
Clint Davis is now the Vice President of Aboriginal Affairs for TD Bank, and prior was the President and CEO for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
Chief Robert Joseph speaks about the importance that humour plays in healing.
Our second guest is award-winning story-teller, Joseph Boyden who has been acknowledge for his writing since his very first novel, Three Day Road.
Walter Janvier joins Michael to talk about growing up near Cold Lake and investing money.
Award-winning Elders share on women’s teachings and the link between land and education