This full length documentary (154 minutes running time) presents one man's vision of his Métis culture and the lessons of life and the care for mother earth through the teachings of the canoe. Mark twain said that travel is fatal to bigotry and narrow mindedness. Having the opportunity to hear from a culture that is close to the land and nature allows the viewer to feel acquainted with and comfortable with that new culture. When we as people become familiar with a culture and people within that culture we are more likely to listen to and learn from them. Indigenous Peoples are the best caretakers of the land, water and air and allowing ourselves the opportunity to be in touch with and learn from that experience and knowledge will help us all to live in harmony with each other and nature. Our grandchildrens grandchildren will be better for this. We are all one community and one tribe.

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