1. Amy's Christmas Video


    from 8:12 Films / Added

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    Young legend Amy Flinn puts together her favourite moments from 2009 as a family present.

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    • Big Sky


      from Jackson Olsen / Added

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      A reflection from a 3-day conference on Indian Education at Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, MT.

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      • Big Sky


        from EduTrope / Added

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        A reflection from a 3-day conference on Indian Education at Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, MT.

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        • Chief Dr. Robert Joseph & Dr. David Suzuki - Speaking the Language of Reconciliation


          from VoVo Productions / Added

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          Reconciliation Canada is a charitable project established as a collaboration between the Indian Residential Schools Survivors Society (IRSSS) and Tides Canada Initiatives Society (TCI). Reconciliation Canada is the organization mandated to carry forward reconciliation dialogue activities in the Province of British Columbia by the executives of the First Nations Summit, the BC Assembly of First Nations and the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (collectively known as the First Nations Leadership Council). Shared Understanding Deliver a safe learning opportunity for a diversity of faith, cultures and organizations to gain an understanding of one another’s shared history beginning with the stories of Aboriginal people and the Indian residential school system. Shared Resilience Engage people from every level of society in open & honest dialogue about reconciliation and the unique contributions our diverse histories and experiences offer in building resilient communities. Shared Tomorrow Catalyze a new way forward in the relationships between Aboriginal peoples and all Canadians that facilitates a better, stronger Canada for all.

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          • Chief's Wife


            from Sandy Brown Jensen / Added

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            Daily Create for Jan. 12, 2013 Create a video about an item you own that has an unusual story attached to it.

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            • Clam Diggers


              from Access to Media: Moving Stories / Added

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              One of the short documentaries created out of the www.SalishHarvest.com project that brought together Elders from the neighbouring Islands of Penelakut (formerly Kuper) and Galiano to share their knowledge of wild and traditional foods and medicines. This video speaks to the transformation of the clamming tradition on both islands.

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              • Echo Heights: Prime for development?


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                Or a cultural legacy for the community? FILM BY HOLLY PATTISON The District of North Cowichan could be facing court action from First Nations if it goes ahead with subdividing part of the 52-acre Echo Heights Forest in Coast Salish territory at Chemainus on Vancouver Island. This is filmmaker Holly Pattison's second film about the forest that biologists have said is a great example of "recovering" coastal Douglas fir with Garry oak meadows, ponds and extensive trail system created by the community over decades.

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                • First Backcountry ski of 2009-10 season


                  from Robert Ballantyne / Added

                  From the ferry on the Salish Sea, we could see that the tops of the mountains were in the clouds. Up there we experienced drizzle or heavy mist. There was hardly any snow until we drove into Cypress Bowl, and we were pleasantly surprised. 2009 November 29. A lovely day on the Hill

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                  • "FNX" Dan George Proverb


                    from FNX First Nations Experience / Added

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                    Director Roger Aasheim Producer/Editor Frank Blanquet Animated by Roger Aasheim

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                    • Francis Stanger


                      from Big Cedar Media / Added

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                      84-year-old Francis Stanger teaches Salish to Hot Springs, Mont. students.

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