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Indigenous 150+

Nov 29, 2022

Elaine Johnston, Former Chief and Councillor of Serpent River and leader in delivering frontline health care shares her days as a student and how her journey evolved from a helicopter paramedic into helping create the first Indigenous Health Access Centre in Ontario. She also shares her journey as a healer to bridge traditional knowledge with modern medicine to improve the health and wellness of Indigenous peoples. This compelling episode is hosted by Hanna Sewell, a registered nurse who is interested in sharing the voices, challenges and successes of frontline workers.

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This episode was developed in the Intro to Digital Storytelling Program led by Good Influence Films in partnership with RBC Emerging Artists Project, Inspirit Foundation and the Mastercard Foundation.

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