Spoken back to life: Barbara Nolan on Anishinaabemowin

2024-04-22T13:09:31-04:00

In the fourth part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, Elder and language teacher Barbara Nolan speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with water and language

Spoken back to life: Barbara Nolan on Anishinaabemowin2024-04-22T13:09:31-04:00

Spoken back to life: Karonhianonha Francis on Kanien’kéha

2024-04-15T15:38:40-04:00

In the third part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, singer and cultural educator Karonhianonha Francis speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with water and language

Spoken back to life: Karonhianonha Francis on Kanien’kéha2024-04-15T15:38:40-04:00

Spoken back to life: Uapukun Mestokosho on Innu-aimun

2024-04-12T13:55:33-04:00

In the second part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, documentary maker Uapukun Mestokosho of Ekuanitshit speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with nature and language

Spoken back to life: Uapukun Mestokosho on Innu-aimun2024-04-12T13:55:33-04:00

Spoken back to life

2024-03-30T16:55:55-04:00

This Indigenous Languages Day, Biinaagami launches a digital series to showcase some of the languages of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence watershed

Spoken back to life2024-03-30T16:55:55-04:00

All Too Clear: Beneath the surface of the upcoming feature film

2024-04-08T10:08:04-04:00

Documentary film makers Yvonne Drebert and Zach Melnick on the making of their upcoming TVO special about life near the bottom of the food chain. PLUS: Behind-the-scenes shots from Inspired Planet Productions

All Too Clear: Beneath the surface of the upcoming feature film2024-04-08T10:08:04-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: A good way

2024-01-31T20:51:47-05:00

Plus: State and federal government investigate ‘significant’ oil spill in Saginaw County Michigan and some slippery business with American eels.

Watershed Wednesday: A good way2024-01-31T20:51:47-05:00