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Fletcher and the Falling Leaves. An Interview with Julia Rawlinson

This short video features an interview with Julia Rawlinson, the author of the children's book Fletcher and the Falling Leaves.

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As Long as the River Flows

Series: Wapos Bay 2
In this episode, T-Bear takes advantage of the All Chief's Conference to raise the issue of elder care. T-Bear's father encourages him to run for National Youth Council president. Talon's ideas to assist the elders of Wapos Bay become the core issues of the election campaign. Talon is jealous of ...

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Journey Through Fear

Series: Wapos Bay
Wapos Bay is an animated series about the adventures of three Cree children living in northern Saskatchewan. T-Bear and his father Jacob, become local celebrities when they get stranded in the fire tower because they are afraid to come down. Raven, who is afraid of the water, prepares for a fishi...

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The Elements

Series: Wapos Bay
Wapos Bay is an animated series about the adventures of three Cree children living in northern Saskatchewan. Talon, T-Bear, Raven and Mushom are at a cultural camp to learn traditional ways. At camp, mishaps occur that test the children. The family makes it home safely, but their journey to Elder...

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A Time to Learn

Series: Wapos Bay
Wapos Bay is an animated series about the adventures of three Cree children living in northern Saskatchewan. Talon has homework to complete before setting out for the trap line with his father. Meanwhile, T-Bear accidentally lets a sled dog escape. Talon and T-Bear learn the importance of listeni...

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The White Man Governs. Episode 37

Series: Looking Back
The Federal Government executes eight Indians in Canada's largest mass hanging in order to teach Indian people a lesson.

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The Great Soul Rush. Episode 44

Series: Looking Back
Anglican and Catholic missionaries rush to convert Aboriginal peoples in northern Saskatchewan to their particular brand of Christianity.

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Sitting Bull's Mountie. Episode 43

Series: Looking Back
The famed Sioux Chief seeks refuge in Canada and is befriended by the Mountie assigned to watch over him.

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The Accidental MLA. Episode 38

Series: Looking Back
Saskatchewan's first female MLA is elected to replace her late husband in the legislature and ends up doing nothing to promote the women's movement.

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The Regina Riot. Episode 42

Series: Looking Back
This is an eyewitness account of the 1935 On-to-Ottawa trek and the Riot that ended it.

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The Debden Miracle. Episode 41

Series: Looking Back
Every single soldier from Debden who left to fights in World War II returns safely after the parish priest makes a deal with God.

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The French Counts of Whitewood. Episode 40

Series: Looking Back
French aristocrats flock to Whitewood and try to recreate their extravagant lifestyles, but their farms and businesses fail miserably.

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The Welwyn Massacre. Episode 39

Series: Looking Back
One of the "home children" who comes over from England commits a brutal crime of passion in a small Saskatchewan hamlet in 1910. (Content caution)

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The Missing Recipe. Episode 36

Series: Looking Back
People in Saskatchewan do not know what to do with the salt cod that the Maritimes sent as relief supplies during the Depression.

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City for a Day. Episode 35

Series: Looking Back
The population of Melville grows from 4,000 to 60,000 in one day during the 1939 Royal Tour.