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a woman with long grey hair wearing a blank sweater with beaded flowers laughs at the camera

People & Culture

Languages of the land: Tsé Itzoh/Louise Profeit-LeBlanc on soh thun, dealing with life

In the third part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the storyteller, artist and choreographer speaks to Canadian Geographic on life’s teachings and working together

  • 801 words
  • 4 minutes

People & Culture

Languages of the land: Aimée Craft on mino-bimaadiziwin, the good life

 In the second part of the “Languages of the Land” digital series, the Anishinaabe-Métis academic, lawyer, artist and changemaker speaks to Canadian Geographic on understanding Anishinaabe concepts by speaking the language

  • 690 words
  • 3 minutes
Indigenous, languages, map, Inuit, First Nations, Metis

People & Culture

Languages of the land: celebrating National Indigenous Languages Day

Languages represent entire worlds of knowledge and meaning. This Indigenous Languages Day, Chief Perry Bellegarde, Honorary President of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, introduces a new CanGeo digital series celebrating Indigenous languages from across the lands and waters we call Canada.

  • 514 words
  • 3 minutes
A woman in a blue shirt stands next to the water

Environment

Valérie Courtois on what she hopes will come out of COP15: “to save the world”

The Director of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative discusses COP15, the importance of the boreal forest and the vital role of Indigenous-led conservation and stewardship

  • 2646 words
  • 11 minutes

People & Culture

Power in our knowledge

How Hetxw’ms Gyetxw (Brett D. Huson) weaves together Gitxsan ways of knowing into his series of children’s books

  • 2678 words
  • 11 minutes