Indigenous Storytelling Recordings
Thanks to those who joined us for Indigenous Storytelling this February.
This year we had more than 900 attendees at our six events! Links to the event recordings can be found below.
Indigenous Storytelling Recordings (2022 & 2023):
These videos are only viewable to those in the Sask Polytech community, feel free to share with colleagues and students.
- Willie Ermine (Feb 2, 2023 – Moose Jaw Campus Macoun Lounge)
- Tala Tootoosis (Feb 7, 2023 – Ave W Cultural Center)
- Willis Janvier(Feb 8, 2023 - Regina Campus Auditorium)
- Zoey Roy (Feb 9, 2023 – Live Zoom Event)
The library also hosted Leah Dorion, who spoke at our Prince Albert Campus Library. The recording of Leah’s event is no longer available, but the library has several of her titles, as well as books written by other presenters, available to borrow.
Resources by or including our presenters:
- Willie Ermine
- Four Seasons of Reconiliation course
- This is available to students and staff as a Brightspace course via self-registration, Willie is featured in several films.
- Tala Tootoosis
- Zoey Roy
- Leah Dorion
- Sînapân kîskasâkâs : a guide to making contemporary style Métis ribbon skirts
- Métis camp circle : a bison culture way of life = Li kaan roon di Michif : kaa kii paypimaatishiyaahk avik lii bufloo
- Women of the Métis nation
- A Métis New Year
- A Red River cart
- Giving thanks
- I can bead
- Métis people travel!
- My Métis sash
- Two Métis vests
- Ways to carry a Métis baby
- The diamond willow walking stick : a traditional Métis story about generosity = Li kaan di sool : aen nistwayr di Michif li taan kayaash taanishi aen ishi maykihk
- Relatives with roots : a story about Métis women's connection to the land = Lii Peraantii avik la Rasin : Eñ Nistwaar Taanishi lii Faam di Michif E'ishi Kisheyitakik li Tayraeñ
- The giving tree : a retelling of a traditional Métis story about giving and receiving = Laarbr kawmaekit : aen kiitwam achimook aen histwayr chi maykik pi aen ootistikook
- Métis legacy : Michif culture, heritage, and folkways
- Métis legacy : a Métis historiography and annotated bibliography