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Indigenous 150+

Oct 4, 2022

Terry Uyarak, a Juno nominated Inuk artist from Iglulik, Nunavut discusses his journey of keeping Inuit traditions alive, and how joining the circus has led to a career in music. Hosted and produced by Zorga Qaunaq.

To follow Zorga's upcoming podcast on Instagram and tiktok: @inuverypodcast

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Sep 27, 2022

MMIWGT2S activist Janis Qavavauq-Bibeau sits down for an in-depth conversation with award-winning journalist and podcaster Connie Walker (Finding Cleo, Stolen) to discuss her growth and career as a storyteller, examine how her podcasts like Finding Cleo and Stolen have allowed for a form of storytelling that has the...


Sep 20, 2022

Métis fiddler Brianna Lizotte and podcast host and childhood friend, Nika Paziuk reminience about growing up, discovering their culture and being proud Métis. They discuss the power of the fiddle, and how it connects and binds the Métis community. 

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Sep 13, 2022

Host Mathieu Katekiashka Germain Goodman speaks with Guillaume Collin and Jack Belhumeur, about how creativity, passion, and divine timing played a role in jump-starting their careers as filmmakers. They also discuss the inspiring work they do with Wapikoni Mobile, a project that supports Indigenous youth to...


Sep 6, 2022

Host Kassidy Bernard speaks with burnt toast & pitewey, podcasters Mais and Cam, L’nu twinsters from Eskasoni First Nation, the largest Mi’kmaq community. They spill the pitewey on how a rapper helped get them started, how their lived experiences as L’nu’k influence their podcast, and their future dreams.

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