Practical & Applied Arts

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Follow the Rock

This video shows how First Nations from across British Columbia have gathered over the past 50 years to take part in the All Native Basketball Tournament. The tournament opens with a four-hour ceremony, where each team proudly dances into the gym to the sound of traditional drumming and song. Mor...


Teaching Sensitive Content in the Classroom

The purpose of the presentation is to describe strategies teachers can use to approach content that may be perceived as sensitive in their community in order to:

  • ensure the learning environment is safe for respectful dialogue;
  • teach students how to think critically about any...

How Changing Language Could Help in the Fight Against Opioids

This video clip from the CBC’s The National reports on an alternate way of looking at addiction as a disease, rather than a choice. It encourages the viewer to consider the language used when referring to substance abuse disorders and how language can either help or hinder users from getting the ...


Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 6: Chanterelles

Series: Flat Out Food
Saskatchewan chanterelles, forest jewels, are sought by chefs everywhere. Three Saskatoon chefs take Jenn Sharp on a trip to the forest to forage for these unique mushrooms.

Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 5: Beef

Series: Flat Out Food
Cattle are an important part of the grasslands’ ecosystem. Jenn Sharp meets with two ranchers and a chef as she follows this nutrient-dense ingredient from the pasture to the plate.

Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 4: Honey

Series: Flat Out Food
Saskatchewan is the second largest honey producer in Canada. Jenn Sharp learns about bees, how to make mead from honey and how honey can be used to elevate a dish.

Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 3: ohtapamihowin

Series: Flat Out Food
Traditional foods that can be foraged or hunted have provided nourishment for the people on this land for thousands of years. Jenn Sharp learns about some of the ingredients and their uses.

Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 2: Lentils

Series: Flat Out Food
Lentils are a popular Saskatchewan crop that is often shipped oversees. A farmer, a brewer and a chef are changing that.

Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 1: Wheat

Series: Flat Out Food
Jenn Sharp visits an organic grain farmer, a baker and a whiskey maker to learn about the various uses of wheat.

Lentils from Riceton

In this brief video, Chef Ricardo Larrivée learns why lentils may be the key to a sustainable food future when visiting a farm near Riceton, Saskatchewan.


Cultural Imperative – Willie Ermine

Willie J. Ermine, M.Ed., was an Assistant Professor with the First Nations University of Canada. He is from the Sturgeon Lake First Nation in the north-central part of Saskatchewan where he lives with his family. As a faculty member with the First Nations University of Canada, he lectured in the ...

Public Video

The Secret Path (animated film)

This is the animated film based on the graphic novel Secret Path by Gord Downie and illustrated by Jeff Lemire.


Moral Imperative – Rita Bouvier

Rita Bouvier, a Métis educator, has formally served 37 years in public education as a classroom teacher and in various leadership capacities locally, nationally and internationally. In 2006, she was awarded an Eagle Feather from her Awasis peers, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Ar...

Public Video

Paramedics. Emergency Response. Season 5, Episode 6: All Hands on Deck

Paramedics treat a teen overdosing in front of frightened family members, a diabetic with extreme sugars, a couple bear sprayed and assaulted and a woman cold and unconscious in an industrial lot.

Paramedics. Emergency Response. Season 5, Episode 5: Restrain and Sedate

An overdose patient flees the scene. An intoxicated woman must be rescued form the river bank. A cancer patient requires pain control, and a woman threatening suicide struggles with the paramedics.

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