At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research presents interviews with researchers about their work with Aboriginal peoples. At the Edge of Canada was produced as a radio broadcast at the University of Manitoba's UMFM on 101.5 FM in Winnipeg Manitoba. It was hosted by Dr Robert-Falcon Ouellette, when he was a program director with the Aboriginal Focus Programs at the U of Manitoba.
This program features a diversity of Aboriginal viewpoints and perspectives of those conducting research with Indigenous communities on Turtle Island and from around the world through interviews with researchers, politicians, artists, and business peoples.
We explored issues related to structural violence, residential schools, applied research, graphic novels, life stages, journalism, Métis peoples, history, music, Louis Riel, First Nations, ethics, Indigenous science, Native Science, health, elders ....
If you are interested in being interviewed about your research or work with Indigenous peoples, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org