At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research presents interviews with researchers about their work with Aboriginal peoples. The objective is to assist people in better understanding Indigenous people, our issues and the often asked Google term “what is aboriginal.” It is originally produced as a radio broadcast on UMFM 101.5 FM in Winnipeg Manitoba and hosted by Dr Robert-Falcon Ouellette while working at University of Manitoba. He is now an Member of Parliament in Ottawa. Ekosani.
This is a conversation with Dr Michael Hart (Fisher River Cree Nation) of the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Manitoba. Dr Hart discussed his research into aging, elder’s experiences and graduated student’s experiences. He also discusses his important work in the field of ethics surrounding Indigenous peoples and how and why ethics in research is of prime importance to all peoples. Dr Hart was recently appointed a Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledges and Social Work at the University of Manitoba.
Ouellette, Robert-Falcon. (Director) (2011. December 19). At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research. Dr Michael Hart: Canada Research Chair in Social Work [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.attheedgeofcanada.com
Ouellette, Robert-Falcon, dir. "Dr Michael Hart: Canada Research Chair in Social Work ." At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research.. N.p., 19 2011. web. December 19, 2011. < http://www.attheedgeofcanada.com ›
The poet Gregory Scofield (Métis) discusses his book Louis: The Heretic Poems which presents a series of stages of the life of Louis Riel, the Metis and First Nations peoples on the prairies. He offers the reader insights into the creative process whereby he takes original material created and used by Riel and crafts an inspirational look at the times and life of Riel. http://www.nightwoodeditions.com/blog/?p=1254