Salish Canoeing: First Across the Line Series (Ep 6)This title is a part of the series First Across the Line Series
Catalogue Number: MUME32
Producer: Mushkeg Media Inc.
Producing Agencies: Mushkeg Media Inc.
Subject: Canadian History, Character Education, First Nations Studies, History, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sports, Tech/Voc
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2019
Running Time: 22:00
Canoeing has been a part of the west coast First Nations People’s cultures throughout the centuries. Canoe families spend their summers travelling up and down the coast of B.C. competing in races. We follow Jedson August of Cowichan Tribes as he builds traditional dugout canoes for his family, operates a canoe club, and talks about his story with the sport. His granddaughter, Janelle Paige, is a canoe paddler and a competitive racer. And traditional canoe builder and carver, Elder ‘Luschiim’ Arvid Charlie, speaks about his life with the canoes.
Also available in Inuktitut: Salish Canoeing (Ep 6)
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