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Indigenous 150+

Aug 16, 2022

Host Zorga Quanaq speaks with Simik Komaksiutiksak, a two-spirit Inuk dancer and movement artist from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, raised in Ottawa. They explore Inuit culture, self-expression and harm reduction through art, movement and dance.

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Aug 9, 2022

MMIWG2ST+ activist Janis Qavavauq-Bibeau and Nakuset, from Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal discuss the harms of youth protection, homelessness and other harsh realities facing Indigenous peoples. The conversation turns to the dreams and simple solutions that are being actualized, what government should prioritize,...


Aug 2, 2022

Host Nika Paziuk turns the mic on Jolene Banning and Kim Wheeler, co-hosts and producers who share their orgin story of Auntie Up!. They discuss the importance of a true Indigeous lens, and their committment to creating new narratives by showcasing women knowledge keepers across Turtle Island. Jolene and Kim show us...


Jul 29, 2022

Indigenous 150+ celebrates a new season with 30+ episodes celebrating Indigenous knowledge keepers, podcasters, community leaders and change makers from coast to coast to coast. All of the stories are produced and hosted by 10 new creators and graduates of the 2022 Introduction to Podcast Training program. Join us for a...


Jul 19, 2022

In this episode of “Walking the Red Road” the conversation between Jim and Michelle about the impacts of trauma in their lives continues, with a shift and focus towards their recoveries. with a shift and focus towards their recoveries. They discuss some of the things that worked for them like community, discovering...