PowWow at Duck Lake

PowWow at Duck Lake

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This short documentary depicts a discussion at Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, in which Indian-Métis problems are presented before a gathering of Native and white community members. Essential issues such as schooling and the lack of opportunities for Native youth are on the agenda.

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Credits
  • producer
    David Hughes
  • photography
    Douglas Kiefer
    D'Arcy Marsh
  • sound
    Hans Oomes
  • editing
    Kathleen Shannon

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  • dumoulins

    I admit that I should never claim to understand what First Nation, Inuit and Métis people have experienced because of the ignorance of gouvernement policy.

    dumoulins, 22 May 2014
  • onickamo68

    it's amazing how this is out there and yet the abuse still continued for our ppl back then, and from catholic priests and nuns, this is why i am not happy that i am a roman catholic, i follow my traditions to this day!

    onickamo68, 2 Dec 2012
  • acimow

    This is my community! I am so thrilled to see this, 45 years after it was filmed. A lot of old faces, what a gem. Would love to learn more about the "Challenge for Change Programme" and the events leading up to this day

    acimow, 11 Mar 2012