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nehiyawewin: paskwawi-pikiskwewin / Cree Language of the Plains Language Lab Workbook

The newly updated lab manual for the latest edition of Cree: Language of the Plains.
This language lab workbook is a comprehensive companion resource to renowned Cree language scholar Jean L. Okimāsis’s ...

Walking Together

Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars forward child welfare issues currently impacting Indigenous children in Canada.

Walking Together is the seventh title in the Voices of the Prairies series. Developed ...

The History Forest

A vivid, sensory collection of poems from an award-winning author.
Exploring what it means to be alive in this increasingly contradictory, unjust, and frightening era in human history, award-winning poet ...

The Life Sentences of Rik McWhinney

Through poetry, letters, essays, and interviews, The Life Sentences of Rik McWhinney relates the harrowing experiences of a man who spent nearly thirty-five years in the Canadian prison system.

Rik McWhinney ...

nehiyawetan kikinahk? / Speaking Cree in the Home

A hands-on guide for parents and caregivers to develop best practices in revitalizing and teaching Cree to young children.
In nēhiyawētān kīkināhk /Speaking Cree in the Home, Belinda Daniels ...

nehiyawetan kikinahk? / Speaking Cree in the Home

A hands-on guide for parents and caregivers to develop best practices in revitalizing and teaching Cree to young children.
In nēhiyawētān kīkināhk /Speaking Cree in the Home, Belinda Daniels ...

Opimotewina wina kapagamawat Witigowa / Journeys of The One to Strike the Wetigo

A first-hand account of a Swampy Cree boy’s experiences hunting and trapping in the upstream region of the Saskatchewan River Delta.

Depicting a certain Indigenous lifestyle that existed in Northern ...

We Go Where They Go

What does it mean to risk all for your beliefs? How do you fight an enemy in your midst? 
We Go Where They Go recounts the thrilling story of a massive forgotten youth movement that set the stage for ...

kâ-pî-isi-kiskisiyân / The Way I Remember

A residential school survivor finds his way back to his language and culture through his family’s traditional stories.

When reflecting on forces that have shaped his life, Solomon Ratt says his education ...

Dislocations

In all these poems
I’m partly somewhere else.
With you, without you,
walking toward you or away,
but you are there, your small face
watching from the shadow of a doorway
or a set of stairs, from behind ...