Violent Ground is a hip-hop group from the Naskapi community of Kawawachikamach in northern Quebec. Allan and Christian Nabinacaboo are two brothers.
Suicide is a very sensitive topic. Maamuitaau visited Mistissini and Oujé-Bougoumou. Both communities have their own suicide prevention programs.
Habitat for Humanity is an organization that builds houses that are affordable to low-income families. Christine Jimikin from Mistissini teamed up with 5 other Cree women to help.
Goose hunting season is a very important time of the year for the Cree. Fred Tomatuk has been hunting geese in Alfred, Ontario for many years.
Before her death, Joyce Echaquan recorded a video showing abuse and racism from healthcare workers. The video sparked outrage across the country.
A husband and wife, Philip Matoush and Sharon Pepabano created an Urban Bush Camp in Hudson, Qc. for the Cree patients who are in Montreal for medical reasons.
In November 2020, Bertie Wapachee was elected chair of the CHB. He tells us about his vision for the next 4 years and what he hopes to accomplish.
In the spring when all schools were closed down due to the covid-19 pandemic, a Cree student from Wemindji Lindsay Visitor was studying in Montreal at Concordia University.
Manuan Lafond, an emerging artist from Chisasibi. He pursues linking his studies to his passion, making songs.
Casey Bosum, a 17 year old, from Cree Nation of Ouje-Bougoumou participates and competes in a sport he enjoys, arm wrestling. At a very young age Casey was introduced to arm wrestling by his father
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