LeMay, M. (Producer)
Long before Canada was a country, the Métis Nation was a sovereign nation with its own laws and systems of government.
Toews, I. (Director)
This documentary travels with Déné First Nations people in Canada’s north, as they search for the species so vital to every aspect of their lives – the barren-ground caribou. It is a celebration of their rich ancient culture, and a visual document lamenting their traditions that could vanish, if the caribou disappear.
The crossing place (2016)
Williams, J. (Producer)
Kanaka Bar Indian Band is also known as "T'eqt'aqtnmux" or "the crossing place people". This video examines how Indigenous contact with Europeans led to change which eventually became insurmountable for the people.
Wilkinson, C. (Director)
The distinct world view of an over 14,000-year-old society is co-mingling with the values of an influx of progressive, modern urbanites to create an amazing example of how the world could be.
Williams, J. (Director)
A cultural self portrait of a nation and their territory.
Against the current and into the light: Performing history and land in Coast Salish territories and Vancouver's Stanley park
Couture, S. (2020)
Native American nationalism and nation re-building: Past and present cases
Poliandri, S. (Ed.). (2016)
[Open Access Ebook]
The North-West is our mother: The story of Louis Riel's people, the Métis Nation
Teillet, J. (2019)
Lighting the eighth fire: The liberation, resurgence, and protection of Indigenous Nations
Simpson, L. B. (Ed.). (2008)
Ktunaxa traditional knowledge: Building Ktunaxa capacity for the future
Morigeau, C. (2020)
[Master’s thesis, RRU]
Ktunaxa knowledge and governance: Reframing cumulative effects assessment and management
Kapell, N. (2019)
[Master’s Thesis, RRU]