Practical & Applied Arts
Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 2: About Radio Theatre) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy
Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 1: Meet The Artists) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy
Canadian Startup Uses AI to Reduce Job Interview Bias
How Can Governments Help Stop Overwork?
A Way Out: sâkîyıso Unit 4 Video
I am the Bully 2: sâkîyıso Unit 3 Video
We Shall Remain: sâkîyıso Unit 2 Video
The Bystander: sâkîyıso Unit 2 Video
Ecological Imperative - Reneé Carriere, Mika Carriere and Naomi Carriere
Reneé Carriere is a mom, kokum, land-based educator, paddler, fisher, trapper, and learner of the Cree language. She home-schooled her three children from Grade one through to Grade eleven, all from her remote traditional trapline home, situated in the Saskatchewan River Delta.
Student First Imperative – Angie Caron
Angie Caron is a Michif woman from Saskatoon and a proud descendent of the historic Métis community of Round Prairie. She is currently the principal at Brownell School in Saskatoon. Prior to this role, she taught in the SUNTEP program at the University of Saskatchewan and worked in a variety...
Student First Imperative – His Honour the Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan
Russ Mirasty became Saskatchewan’s 23rd Lieutenant Governor in July 2019. He is the first Indigenous person to serve in this role.
Born and raised in La Ronge, Saskatchewan, His Honour is a member of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and is fluent in Cree. He joined the Royal Canad...
Economic Imperative - John Lagimodiere
Historical Imperative – Madame Commissioner Mary Culbertson
Mary Culbertson, Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan, is a member of the Keeseekoose First Nation and with her January 2018 appointment she became the first woman Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan. She has over 20 years of professional experience working in federal, provincial and territor...