Season Two

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Episode 1: Catch up with the Book Women

We’re back! A lot has happened to us (and everyone else) in 2020. Catch up with us as we discuss what each of us has been up to; where we are all living and working right now, and all things going forward. Recorded on September 13, 2020 we discuss Dan Levy and the Indigenous Canada MOOC, books we’ve been reading, our pets and what we’ve been up to in COVID times. 

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Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”


Episode 2: Skye Durocher

This week we join Skye Durocher, author of Spirits of the Northern Lights, to talk about grief, canceling our uncles, and Indigenous memes. 

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Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”


Episode 3 – Josh Morin

Join us as we speak with Josh Morin, the Director of Operations at the Michif Cultural Connections in St. Albert, Alberta. We talk about the importance of family history, honoring our Metis veterans and being modern-day bannock snobs.

Links to Stuff Mentioned:

Michif Cultural Connections: http://michifconnections.ca/ and their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/michifcultural

To take Michif language classes please see: https://www.stalbertfurthered.com/

Josh’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/MistahiSakhikan

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liimichifniiya/

Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”


Episode 4 – Adrienne Larocque

Gather around as we chat with Adrienne Larocque, the owner and creator of Kihew and Rose; contemporary Indigenous beadwork jewelry. We chat about reclaiming culture, figuring out how to run a business, and fashion school. 


Links to Stuff Mentioned: 

Kihew and Rose website: https://kihewandrose.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kihewandrose/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kihewandrose/

Hillberg and Berk Blog: https://hillbergandberk.com/blogs/know-her/beading-her-way-back-adrienne-larocque-on-her-jewellery-brand-kihew-and-rose-and-how-she-s-reclaiming-indigenous-identity-through-beadwork

Chatelaine magazine article featuring Kihew and Rose: https://www.chatelaine.com/holiday/made-in-canada-holiday-gift-ideas/?fbclid=IwAR2R-T1TumB16QhVxbCc6g34FgHXY3IYymbzW0HR8w1Yz_Ad5fgU1rpQEdU

Beazu Wholesale Beads: https://beazu.com/

The Bear Paw Trading Post: https://bearpawtradingpost.ca/

Country Beads: https://www.countrybeads.com/

Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”