Wapos Bay: Something to Remember

In episode 4 from the Wapos Bay series, the pressure is on as T-Bear is handed the task of commemorating Wapos Bay's military veterans, and Raven is struggling to express her thanks to a departing teacher. To prepare for a Remembrance Day tribute that will be broadcast to everyone in Wapos Bay, T-Bear visits the community elders. He is amazed to learn that his Mushom (grandfather) is also a veteran of the war. Meanwhile, Raven tries to convince her favourite teacher to stay in Wapos Bay by doing special things for her. But Ms. Chalmers doesn't initially comprehend her gestures of gratitude. In this episode, Raven learns the true meaning of the word "appreciate" and T-Bear learns why it's important to remember the past.

Wapos Bay is a Gemini Award-winning stop-motion animation series that follows the adventures of 3 kids from a Cree community in northern Saskatchewan.

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Trevor Cameron
Jennifer Prokop
music composer
Ross Nykiforuk
director of photography
Paul Suderman
Dennis Jackson
Melanie Jackson
Anand Ramayya
Derek Mazur
Dennis Jackson
Gordon Tootoosis
Andrea Menard
Eric Jackson
Taylor Cook
Raven Brass
Lorne Cardinal
Jody Peters
Melanie Jackson
Monté Gagné
Mervin Brass
DerRic Starlight
Tyrone Tootoosis
Joseph Naytowhow
Styles Montreaux
executive producer
Derek Mazur
story editor
Dennis Jackson
Jordan Wheeler
animation supervisor
Cam Lizotte
stop motion animator
Gilbert Baldhead
Andrew Doll
Diana Gossner
Carll Machiskinic
Kelly Morrison
Bentley Poochay
Amber Rees-Yaworski
Justin Scales
Jordan Yaworski
character design
Carll Machiskinic
Bentley Poochay
production designer
Gloria Stefanson
set decoration
Jean-Marie Michaud
costume designer
Joan Sinclair
Gloria Stefanson
Amy Stefanson
Daryl Pierce
Randy Woods
sound effects
Daryl Pierce
Randy Woods
re-recording mixer
Evan Rust


  • thebonnet

    “A very meaningful film. I loved it very much, it is a good way to remember the past. or in some cases learn that there were other men fighting in the war that we did not have a knowing about. ” — thebonnet, 12 Feb 2016

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